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Canadian moving to France **retired**?

Hello. I am a retired Canadian moving to France with a longterm residency visa. I understand that I have to fill out a S1106 .
But do I have to fill out an S1 and if so, where do I find this form?
Do I really need a long-form birth certificate or will a regular one suffice?
Merçi.

Jay Bee

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Hello Jay Bee,

In order to be covered in France and receive a french social security number, you have to send the following documents to your CPAM (caisse primaire d'assurance maladie):

- a copy of your work contract or your first pay slip (if you work),

- to prove that you are living in France:

• one utility bill, if you work

•or three utility bills for the past three months, if you don't work,

- a copy of your passport or identity card,

- a copy of your visa or resident permit (if you are non-European),

- if you were covered in Europe before coming to France: a S1 form from your previous european health system. If you cannot get a S1, you will have to provide a refusal letter,

- a copy of your birth certificate (the long version with your parents' names),

- a RIB (relevé d'identité bancaire aka the bank details),

- the form S1106 "Application for membership in the french health care system",

You can find your CPAM's address on our website ameli.fr, in "Adresses et Contacts".

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