Moving to or from Finland

Form ID Description Link
Notification - Moving to Finland Y 77e The form is enclosed with the application when a person who moves to Finland or who works in Finland for a Finnish employer applies for a benefit from Kela. Download PDF
Notification - Moving from Finland or employment abroad Y 38e The form is used to report employment abroad or over 3 months long stays abroad. Download PDF
Application - Entitlement to medical care when moving to Finland SV 141e With this form you can ask Kela to determine your entitlement to medical care if you move to Finland. Also use the form if you work in Finland but live in another EU or EEA country, Switzerland, Great Britain or Northern Ireland. Download PDF
Notification – Change of account number – Individual customer Y 121e This form is used by individual customers to notify Kela of new account number. Download PDF
Application - Entitlement to medical care when moving from Finland SV 140e With this form you can ask Kela to determine your entitlement to medical care if you move abroad. Also use the form if you live in Finland but work in another EU or EEA country, Switzerland, Great Britain or Northern Ireland. Download PDF
Notice - Determination of entitlement to medical care of a family member who is resident abroad SV 142e The form is used to report details on family members who are resident in another EU or EEA country or Switzerland in order to determine the country that is liable to cover the medical care costs. Download PDF
Employer’s notification concerning an employee posted abroad Y 38Te To be completed by the employer. The employer must provide notification of foreign postings in order for the posted employee to have coverage under the Finnish residence-based social security system. Download PDF
Application - Certificate of entitlement to medical treatment in Finland (seasonal worker) SV 139e With the form, seasonal workers apply for certificate of right to medical treatment in Finland when coming to work in Finland from other countries than the EU and EEA countries, Switzerland and the United Kingdom (Great Britain and Northern Ireland). Download PDF