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Written Answers — Health: Health Services: Reciprocal Arrangements (12 Oct 2011)

Anne Milton: European Union regulations 883/2004 and 987/2009, which entered into force on 1 May 2010, introduce new deadlines for the payment of claims between member states, which means that a member state must pay an undisputed claim within 18 months of receipt of the claim. If the claim is not paid within the deadlines as set out in the regulations, then the creditor member state can charge interest...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Health: Reciprocal Agreements (3 Oct 2011)

Lord Freud: ...other member states as such data would not in themselves form an effective and accurate basis on which to claim healthcare costs. This is because under the provisions of the European Union (EU) Regulation 883/2004: If someone resident in the UK is in receipt of a UK state pension and also a pension from one or more other member states, the UK is liable for the cost of that pensioner's...

Written Answers — Treasury: Parliamentary Questions: Costs (14 Sep 2011)

David Gauke: Information concerning the number of ongoing child benefit awards under EC Regulation 883/2004 and the children covered by such awards is provided by an existing database in HM Revenue and Customs. The current costs of collating and collecting that data are, therefore, minimal.

Written Answers — Health: Health Services: EU Nationals (14 Sep 2011)

Anne Milton: Historically, payment of claims between member states was slow in this area—the previous European Union Regulations did not provide for time limits on payments. New regulations, which came into force in May 2010, introduced an 18-month time limit on payments. A total of 53 claims have been submitted in 2010-11 under the new regulations, and payments have been made to date for 23 of...

Written Answers — Treasury: Child Tax Credit (8 Sep 2011)

Justine Greening: ...these services can be found online at: www.hmrc.gov.uk/contactus/particular-needs.htm#4 HM Revenue and Customs maintains a database that records the number of ongoing child benefit awards under EC Regulations. The database is currently being updated to provide comparable data about child tax credit awards. The EC Social Security Coordinating Regulations 883/2004 and 987/2009 contain...

Written Answers — Treasury: Social Security Benefits: Overseas Residence (6 Sep 2011)

David Gauke: EC Regulation 883/2004 protects the social security rights of nationals of all member states of the European Economic Area (EEA), including the UK, when they exercise their rights of free movement under European law. Around 7.5 million families are currently claiming child benefit for around 13 million children. Out of that total, at 30 June 2011, there were 24,190 ongoing child benefit...

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Social Security Benefits: British Nationals Abroad (5 Sep 2011)

Justine Greening: I have been asked to reply. An EU/EEA national who is working in the UK, paying compulsory UK national insurance contributions and is entitled to UK family benefits by virtue of EC regulation 883/2004 in respect of a child or children resident in another member state must provide documentary evidence of the child or children being claimed for, such as an original birth or adoption...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Health: Reciprocal Agreements (11 Aug 2011)

Earl Howe: Under European Union (EU) Regulation 883/2004, if someone is in receipt of a state pension from two or more member states and they live in one of the member states that pays them a pension, the member state of residence is liable for the cost of that pensioner's state healthcare. However, if someone is in receipt of a state pension from two or more member states but not from their member...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Health: Reciprocal Agreements (11 Aug 2011)

Earl Howe: ...resident in the UK. The only reciprocal arrangements in place for the UK to reclaim costs for healthcare provided to European citizens resident here are those provisions set out in European regulation 883/2004. The regulations enable a member state to claim the cost of healthcare for posted workers, pensioners and their dependants, and the dependants of workers, who have registered as...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Health: Reciprocal Agreements (11 Aug 2011)

Earl Howe: ...are issued to a person in receipt of a state pension or their dependants who move to live in a different member state to that which pays their pension. The S1 replaces the E106, E109 and E121 under Regulation 883/2004. On the S1 there is a means by which to identify which entitlement category a person belongs to, and the entitlement is recorded alongside the respective registration.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Healthcare: Costs (11 Aug 2011)

Earl Howe: Under the Treaty of the Functioning of the European Union, citizens are afforded protection to ensure free movement around the EU. EU Regulations 883/2004 and 987/2009 and all their preceding regulations co-ordinate national rules on social security provisions. As such, a member state covers the cost of healthcare provided to its state pensioners wherever they reside in the European economic...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Health: Reciprocal Agreements (20 Jul 2011)

Earl Howe: European Union (EU) Regulations 1408/71 and 574/72 have no time limits for introducing claims or paying those claims for healthcare benefits in kind. All claims and payments made up to and including the end of the financial year 2009-10 were in accordance with the regulations. Individual member states have been able to decide when to submit and pay claims. The United Kingdom submits claims...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Healthcare: Costs (14 Jul 2011)

Lord Laird: To ask Her Majesty's Government whether they will review the United Kingdom's commitments under European Union Regulation 883/2004 to pay for hospital treatment and other healthcare costs for European Union nationals in the United Kingdom when they cannot claim back such costs from other European Union countries whose nationals are considered to be ordinarily resident in the United Kingdom;...

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Habitual Residence (14 Jul 2011)

Justine Greening: ...respect of children who reside outside this country. However, both child benefit and the child tax credit are “family benefits” under the European Community (EC) social security co-ordinating regulations (EC Regulations 883/2004 and 987/2009, previously EC Regulations 1408/71 and 574/72), which the United Kingdom has administered since it joined the European Economic Community...

Written Answers — Treasury: Business Regulation (14 Jul 2011)

Justine Greening: Since 1 September 2010, the Treasury has (a) introduced and (b) revoked the following regulations which impose costs on business: (a) Introduced SI number Name of regulation introduced Costs/benefits No. 2010/2993 The Financial Markets and Insolvency (Settlement Finality and Financial Collateral Arrangements) (Amendment) Regulations 2010: EU directive not in scope of One In One...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Healthcare: Costs (13 Jul 2011)

Lord Laird: To ask Her Majesty's Government, further to the Written Answer by Earl Howe on 20 June (WA 248), when the unpaid claims for healthcare costs under European Union Regulation 883/2004 were submitted to Poland; for what dates and for how much; what consideration has been given to deducting such amounts owing from payments made to Poland; what estimate they make of the annual cost of unclaimed...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Health: Reciprocal Agreements (6 Jul 2011)

Earl Howe: Under Regulation 1408/71, all member states claim healthcare costs for pensioners and their dependants and the dependants of workers on the basis of an average cost. Under Regulation 883/2004, which entered into force on 1 May 2010, this changed, and all member states will claim actual costs, except those member states that choose to continue to claim an average cost for healthcare provided...

Written Answers — Treasury: Departmental Regulation (22 Jun 2011)

Justine Greening: Between 1 March 2011 and 31 May 2011, the Treasury has introduced the following statutory instruments: Statutory instrument number Name of regulation introduced Costs/Savings and further information No. 2011/593 The Mutual Societies (Electronic Communications) Order 2011 There are no costs of implementation, In conjunction with The Friendly Societies (Proxy Voting) Regulations...

Written Answers — Treasury: Departmental Regulation (22 Jun 2011)

Justine Greening: Between 1 March 2011 and 31 May 2011, the Treasury has introduced the following statutory instruments which include revocations of previous regulations: Statutory instrument number Name of regulation revoked Costs/savings Further information No. 2011/883 The Friendly Societies (Proxy Voting) Regulations 1993 Savings of £10.2 million per year in conjunction with the Mutual...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Healthcare: Costs (20 Jun 2011)

Earl Howe: ...treatment. Consequently, the Government does not hold data on the number of Polish nationals resident in the United Kingdom who access medical care here, nor the annual cost of such care. Under EU Regulation 883/2004, claims and payments for healthcare provided to temporary visitors, posted workers and pensioners, plus their dependents and planned treatment, are made several years in...


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