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Frequently asked questions

What does social security coordination mean?

Each country is free to decide who is insured under its laws, what rights arise from insurance and under what conditions. The European Union defines common rules, under which the social rights of workers are protected (in EU and EEA Member States, and in Switzerland). To that end, the following principles are upheld: the application of the laws of one country, equal treatment (non-discrimination), the consideration of previous periods of insurance and the transferability of rights (i.e. the exportability of a cash benefit), and the calculation of benefits.

What needs to be arranged after I arrive in Slovenia?

After you arrive in Slovenia, you must register your residence. You must obtain a personal identification number (EMŠO) and tax number, and open a transaction account. Citizens from EU or EEA Member States and Switzerland do not need a work permit to work in Slovenia. Registration for employment is carried out by your employer.

What is EURES?

EURES is the abbreviation for "EURopean Employment Services", a network of public European employment services and their national partners. EURES functions in the Member States of the EU and the European Economic Area (Norway, Iceland and Lichtenstein) and in Switzerland.

The aim of the EURES network is to support the free movement of workers and promote international worker mobility in member states.

How should I prepare my CV?

Draft a clear and well-structured CV. We recommend you use the EUROPASS CV format, adopted by the European Union as the standard European CV.

How is my education assessed in Slovenia?

Contact the competent education institutions regarding the recognition of past education if you wish to continue your education in Slovenia. Education institutions issue decisions regarding your rights to enroll in an education programme.
If you wish to be employed in Slovenia, ENIC-NARIC centre in Slovenia, which will issue an opinion regarding specific elements of your education.

This includes information regarding the comparability of your education with the Slovenian education system, as well as other information. A final decision regarding employment is made by the employer, who determines the conditions for employment. In addition to formal education, an employer also takes into account a candidate's competences, skills and additional knowledge.