05 April 2022
The purpose of this service is to collect information on the income obtained by the self-employed in the previous year. This information will be used to review the continuation of entitlement for the current year.
14 March 2022
This service is aimed at sea workers who have undergone a medical examination for embarkation, and allows them to download the medical certificate of fitness for embarkation and the medical report through the electronic register.
08 March 2022
A new service is now available that allows the monthly receipts issued to self-employed sea workers to be consulted with details of Social Security contributions.
16 February 2022
The e-Office has been converted into a portal that allows you to log in and maintain your log-in details for access to the services. You can log in from the header or by accessing any of the services.
03 June 2020
In the section Regulations and Legislation > Regulations on the Electronic Register, the Resolution of 01 June 2020 by the State Secretariat for Social Security is available, modifying the administrative procedures which can be processed using the electronic register of the State Secretariat for Social Security. The Resolution will be effective from 15 June 2020.
27 April 2020
The low income base due to pluriactivity REM Request service has been updated. From 1 May, you will also be able to apply for the moratorium anticipated in Royal Decree-Law 11/2020 due to the COVID-19 crisis.
12 November 2018
The notifications for this service have been updated to include information pertaining to their subject matter.
23 September 2016
According to the provisions of the Resolution of 15 September 2016 regarding the Social Security Electronic Register, in the Citizens / Special Scheme for Sea Workers section of the e-Office, 17 new procedures have been published that can be processed through the electronic registry and that relate to requests and notifications of benefits for Sea Workers. Similarly, the names of 26 procedures that were already operational have been modified in order to allow their correct identification and for them to be distinguished from other procedures managed by other Social Security entities.