No Income

If you have no income, the following criterion is considered: which country are you registered in? When registered abroad, you can be insured under the foreign health-care system. Of your home country doesn't offer any insurance, we can provide you with several insurance options.

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 In the Netherlands, we take into account whether you are an EU or non-EU national.

EU nationals in the Netherlands

You are required to take out a Basisverzekering basic health-care plan as of the date of your registration in the Netherlands. If you registered before 1 January 2006, you must be insured from 1 January 2006 onwards. Documents required to apply for a Basisverzekering plan:

  • Basisverzekering application form.
  • Proof of registration with a Dutch local council (if you emigrate to the Netherlands).
  • Copy of passport.

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Non-EU nationals in the Netherlands

You are only entitled to a Basisverzekering basic health-care plan if you have a residence permit. Documents required to apply for a Basisverzekering plan:

  • Basisverzekering application form.
  • Copy of residence permit card (front and back).
  • Copy of passport.

It is possible to apply for the ONVZ private health-care plan via medical selection up to the date when you are issued a residence permit: you can apply for ONVZ Health and all supplementary international health-care plans. Registration with a Dutch local council is required.

Documents required to apply for the ONVZ Private Health Insurance:

  • Basisverzekering application form.*
  • Proof of registration with Dutch local council.
  • Copy of passport.

* You can indicate that you are applying for a private health-care plan on the Basisverzekering application form. As soon as you become entitled to a Basisverzekering plan, you can then send us the remaining documents; you will not need to send a new application form.

If you are NOT registered with the Dutch local Council, we do have other options.

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