Terminate basic health insurance when leaving Switzerland

It's time to say goodbye! Are you leaving Switzerland for a European country? We can analyse your situation and tell you whether your departure releases you from the obligation to be insured in Switzerland. If you're leaving for a country outside the EU and EFTA, your basic health insurance will be terminated when you announce your departure to your municipality.

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Our online form helps you to provide all the necessary information for us to determine if you can terminate your basic health insurance.


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Frequently asked questions

In accordance with Article 3 of the Swiss Federal Health Insurance Law (LAMal/KVG), any person residing in Switzerland is obliged to take out health insurance within three months of birth or taking up residence in Switzerland. If a person does not sign up for insurance, the cantonal or communal authorities will register that person automatically.

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