You are unfit for work and you work in Holland
You live abroad and are gainfully employed in the Netherlands. If you have been ill for 104 weeks you may be entitled to occupational disability benefit.
Do you live in a treaty country or EU/EEA country? The medical examination will be carried out by a doctor in your country of residence. After the examination the Workers Insurance Authority UWV will see what your remaining possibilities are and subsequently decide whether you are unfit for work or not. If you have worked 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.
Do you live in a country with which the Netherlands does not have a benefit export treaty? In that case you do not qualify for a Capacity for Work Act Benefit (WIA) as long as you live there. The benefit can only be paid to you once you reside in an EU/EEA country or a country with which the Netherlands has a benefit export treaty.
Do you have form 101? The social security regulations of another treaty country or EU/EEA country apply to you. You will in that case receive a benefit in accordance with the regulations of the country that has issued the form. The institution in your country of residence decides in that case if you are entitled to a benefit.
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