You are unfit for work and live and work in Holland
You live and are gainfully employed in the Netherlands. In that case you are covered by the Dutch workers insurance scheme. If you have been ill for 104 weeks you may be entitled to occupational disability benefit. After a medical examination the Workers Insurance Authority UWV decides whether you are unfit for work or not.
Do you have form 101? The social insurance regulations of another treaty country or EU/EEA country apply to you. Your application will in that case not be dealt with by the UWV but by the foreign institution. You can, however, submit the application to the UWV. The UWV will forward it to the sister institution abroad. You may of course also send the application directly to that foreign institution. The UWV will carry out the medical examination. On the basis of the results of the examination the institution abroad decides whether you are unfit for work or not.
If you have been employed in another treaty country or EU/EEA country you may already receive a benefit from that country. The benefit you receive from abroad will, in that case, be deducted from your occupational disability benefit.
If you come from a country with which the Netherlands does not have a treaty, Dutch social security regulations apply to you.
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