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This service allows workers in the Special Scheme for Sea Workers to declare their dependent children, via Electronic Register, for the processing of temporary disability paid directly by the ISM.

About this procedure

Who it is for

For workers in the Special Scheme for Sea Workers who are applying for temporary disability benefits, and have dependent children under 26 years of age, or older with a disability of 33% or above.

What you can do

  • Submit an Electronic Register application.
  • Download and attach an application form.
  • Attach documentation.

What you need to do it

  • Fill in and attach the application form.
  • Attach copies of all documents detailed in the instructions.
  • Have software that enables you to fill in and save the application form to be attached.

Please note

If you are logging in with a Username + Password (permanent Cl@ve), in order to guarantee a higher level of security, you will be sent a code via SMS to the mobile number that you provided at the time of registration. You must enter this code in order to sign the communication in the electronic register.

The total size of the documents to be attached must not exceed 10 Mb.

Please note that there is a time limit on the online session and if this expires while you are completing the form, you will have to start a new session and complete any parts of the form that were not yet completed.

Next steps

Once the process has been completed, you will receive a “proof of receipt” in PDF format.

If you do not receive the confirmation message, or if you receive an error or failed sending message, you should resubmit the application at another time or use other channels.

The Social Marine Institute will send the decision regarding the application to the address of the interested party.

To access this service check you have the necessary technical requirements.

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