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Apply for benefits

SIDA

This is how you apply!


Join us

SIDA

Join us Everyone who has a bachelor's degree (150 university credits) or is studying right now aiming for one is considered an university graduate. Both entrepreneurs and employ...


Apply for work with a-kassa in the EU / EEA

SIDA

If you are a jobseeker and unemployed 100 %, you can under certain conditions apply for work in the EU/EEA/Switzerland and keep your benefits from us. To be able to do that you...


Have you got an extra income insurance?

SIDA

The compensation from the union's income insurance is based on our decision on benefits. Akademikernas a-kassa neither make a decision on income insurance nor pay it out. How mu...


The membership

SIDA

Your membership Everyone working in Sweden who has a general work permit* is covered by unemployment insurance at a basic level and have the right to apply for a limited compens...


Part-time studies

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Part-time studies The basic rule when you receive unemployment benefit is that you are not allowed to study. However, you can be able to study or participate in an activity full...


Have you not been working?

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If you haven't been working due to parental leave or sick leave we can base your benefits on the work you had prior to your leave. We call time that can be disregarded "överhopp...


Apply for benefits after work within the EU/EEA/Switzerland

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Apply for benefits after work within the EU/EEA/Switzerland When applying for unemployment benefits after work abroad, your right to compensation depends on where you have worke...


Certify work within the EU/EEA/Switzerland

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Certify work within the EU/EEA/Switzerland After working in the EU/ EEA or Switzerland, working hours, income and insurance periods must be certified with a special certificate,...


Payment of your fee

SIDA

Payment of your fee Our fee is SEK 140 a month. You can choose between direct debit, e-invoice or invoice. Autogiro (direct debit) Your fee will be deducted directly from your a...