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Social Security During Gap Year Internship

I am a non-EU student at a French business school. I was affiliated to SMEREP from 2015 to 2016 when I first enrolled in my school. I could not renew my student social security subscription during the last two academic years, that is, 2016 - 2017 and 2017 -2018 as I was studying outside of France.

I am now registered as a gap year student for the new academic year 2018 -2019. I have received a new French student visa (visa de long séjour valant titre de séjour – VLS-TS) for 1 year. I will be moving to France soon to pursue a mandatory internship which is a part of my course. The internship will be administered through an internship agreement (Convention de Stage).

Can I register for student social security on the new portal: https://etudiant-etranger.ameli.fr?

Can I register on this portal even if I am pursuing a mandatory internship which is a part of my course, or will I be considered as a "student with employment"?

Thank you for your kind advice.



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Hello suryarishi,

Regarding your situation and, because you previously got a french social security number, you have to go directly to a CPAM office (caisse primaire d'assurance maladie).

You will have to fill the form "S1106", demande d'ouverture des droits à l'assurance maladie, attached, with :

- Your RIB (bank details acount)

- a copy of your passport

- a copy of your visa with the stamp from OFII (office français de l'immigration et de l'intégration)

- a copy of your internship agreement

You will find all the CPAM offices on the website ameli.fr, "Adresses et contacts" (don't forget to register your zip code).

I wish you a very good day

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