Payments of pensions abroad - current information regarding how Certificates of Living are to be sent
Payment of pensions abroad – termination of the simplified method of sending Certificate of Living during pandemic emergency (COVID-19) to date 1.7.2020.
CSSA inform that with effect from 1.7.2020 will not be accepted neither Certificates of Living without official verification of the receiver´s (pensioner´s) handwritten signature, nor Certificates of Living with official verification of the pensioner´s handwritten signature sent electronically without advanced electronic signature.
PAYMENT OF PENSIONS ABROAD – CORONAVIRUS
Payment of pensions abroad during the COVID-19 pandemic emergency
SELF-EMPLOYED PERSONS - CORONAVIRUS
Payment of advance insurance premiums for self-employed persons in 2020, submission of the Statement on Income and Expenses of a self-employed person for 2019
CORONAVIRUS DISEASE (COVID-19) and certificate A1 CZ
Information for migrating people (posted workers, “pendlers”, working in 2 and more countries etc.) who, due to the restrictions on the free movement of persons caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, cannot temporarily perform activity in the territory of another Member State
CORONAVIRUS (illness COVID-19)
Information on entitlement to benefits in case of quarantine (sickness benefit) and closure of school facilities (attendance allowance)
Coronavirus Quarantine - how to proceed if you are insured in Czechia (you have a Czech employer)
Coronavirus and labour law context
Brexit: withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the EU and its impact on social security of moving people
In view of a still uncertain outcome of the UK Brexit from the EU, persons moving between the Czech Republic and the UK are recommended to apply for a certification of British insurance periods issued by British institutions before their return to the Czech Republic
e-Sick Leave (eNeschopenka)
As of 1st January 2020, the Czech Republic transitions from a paper-based system to an electronic system for processing Decisions on temporary incapacity to work, the e-Sick Leave.
Withdrawal of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland from the EU: till end of 2020
The Agreement between the European Union (EU) and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (UK) on the withdrawal of the UK from the EU (Withdrawal Agreement) enters into force on 1 February 2020. Therefore, the UK ceases to be a member of the EU on 31 January 2020.