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Health insurance

I reside in the United Kingdom and I am covered by the British social security scheme. I intend to go on holiday to stay temporarily in Luxembourg after 31 December 2020. Will I be entitled to healthcare in Luxembourg in case I get sick or have an accident?

The Trade and Cooperation Agreement between the EU and the United Kingdom contains specific provisions on social security coordination. These provisions are currently under review and this site will be updated as soon as possible.

I am a British student in Luxembourg. What will happen to my healthcare coverage after 31 December 2020?

The Trade and Cooperation Agreement between the EU and the United Kingdom contains specific provisions on social security coordination. These provisions are currently under review and this site will be updated as soon as possible.

I work and reside in Luxembourg and I am covered by the Luxembourg social security scheme on 31 December 2020. My spouse, who is not employed, and my children reside in the United Kingdom. How will they be covered for healthcare in the United Kingdom after that date?

Your spouse and children have derived rights as members of the family for sickness benefits in kind on the basis of Regulation (EC) No. 883/2004.

They will therefore be able to continue to receive health care in the United Kingdom, at the expense of Luxembourg, after 31 December 2020, if the situation does not change.

I am receiving a pension from the United Kingdom only and I reside in Luxembourg on 31 December 2020. What will happen to my health care coverage?

In accordance with the provisions of the Withdrawal Agreement, the European regulations regarding social security coordination (No. 883/2004 and No. 987/2009) will continue to apply to you.

Your health insurance cover and the conditions under which you are insured do not change.

You will be able to continue to receive health care in Luxembourg after 31 December 2020, at the expense of the United Kingdom, thanks to the S1 portable document issued to you by the competent British body, if your situation does not change.

I work and reside in the United Kingdom and I am covered by the British social security scheme on 31 December 2020. Could I go to Luxembourg to receive specific healthcare treatment required by my health condition after 31 December 2020?

The Trade and Cooperation Agreement between the EU and the United Kingdom contains specific provisions on social security coordination. These provisions are currently under review and this site will be updated as soon as possible

I work in the United Kingdom and I am covered by the British social security scheme, but I reside in Luxembourg on 31 December 2020. How will I be covered for healthcare after that date?

In accordance with the provisions of the Withdrawal Agreement, the European regulations regarding social security coordination (No. 883/2004 and No. 987/2009) will continue to apply to you.

Your health insurance cover and the conditions under which you are insured do not change.

Thanks to the S1 portable document issued to you by the competent British body, you will be able to continue to receive health care in Luxembourg, at the expense of the United Kingdom, after 31 December 2020, if your situation does not change.

I work in Luxembourg and I am covered by the Luxembourg social security scheme but I reside in the United Kingdom on 31 December 2020. How will I be covered for healthcare after that date?

In accordance with the provisions of the Withdrawal Agreement, the European regulations regarding social security coordination (No. 883/2004 and No. 987/2009) will continue to apply to you.

Your health insurance cover and the conditions under which you are insured do not change.

Thanks to the S1 portable document issued to you by the Luxembourg National Health Fund (Caisse nationale de santé – CNS), you will be able to continue to receive health care in the United Kingdom, at the expense of Luxembourg, after 31 December 2020, if your situation does not change.

Health care obtained in Luxembourg will continue to be paid for directly by the Luxembourg National Health Fund (Caisse nationale de santé – CNS).

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