This brochure explains the basic elements of the Swiss social insurance system, namely the Old-Age, Survivors’ and Disability Insurance scheme (OASI/DI, 1st pillar) and the occupational pension scheme (2nd pillar). It is also intended to provide prac ...
Retirement in Switzerland explained clearly.
The Contact Centre for Migrants in Switzerland (CCSI) in the canton of Fribourg offers legal and social support with the aim of helping migrants to defend their rights.
Do you know someone who has recently arrived in the canton of Jura? Let them know about this brochure! It has a range of weblinks to institutions and associations in the region.
In Switzerland, there are compulsory and complementary insurance policies. This website presents the most common types.
The Federal Office for Public Health website Medic-Help Asyl provides asylum-seekers with information about the major infectious diseases, mental-health problems and pregnancy, together with support services and health promotion measures. The informa ...
Information for new residents arriving from abroad.
The guide helps readers to find their way around the Swiss healthcare sector. It is available in 18 different languages.
What needs to be done when a child is born? Family allowances, birth certificate, health insurance and other administrative duties before and after the birth.
The comprehensive brochure is aimed at new residents and contains important information and addresses on various areas of everyday life.
Employment contracts, pensions, employment law, self-employment – so many questions. This platform provides a host of answers.
Health insurance premiums, changing insurer, premium reductions, maternity, supplementary insurance policies... Clear information about statutory and private health insurance in Switzerland.