IMSS procedures: How to register parents, children or partners to receive medical care?

If you are entitled to Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS) The most common thing is that you want to get your family involved so they can get medical care too, so if you still don’t know how to do that, at Unotv.com we tell you how you can go about that process.

To whom can the benefits of IMSS be shared?

While the worker acquires the right to attend IMSS by being dismissed by the employerand pay contributions to the institute, which will support for eight weeks After being discharged and if he has paid the contribution eight weeks before, the beneficiary can also register beneficiaries.

However, the federal agency stresses that users must have a close relationship with the worker, who is theirs alone spouse, partner, children under 16 or students and parents.

But remember that in various educational institutions, students are automatically enrolled in IMSS, so they will have the service for the duration of their studies.

In addition to your children, IMSS allows the registration of partners and parents. Photo: Shutterstock

How to register users on IMSS?

Now that you already have someone to report to IMSS, please note that there are two options, because you can do this procedure in a clinic or Family Medicine Unit (UMF) which suits you or online from the institute website.

How can I do the procedure online?

As it is the least complex, we will start with the way you can register via the IMSS page, for which you need the following documents in addition to registering in Virtual Desktop:

  • Advanced electronic signature (FELL) of SAT
  • curp
  • CURP users
  • E-mail personal

And that is that once you enter the Virtual desktop All you have to do is select the user registration process and enter the data that the form will ask for, which you will have to “sign” by re-entering your FIEL.

Now, if you have not yet registered on this platform, it is a good recommendation to register, because from there you can carry out various procedures with IMSS without leaving your home or even work, for which you will also need to submit a FIEL from the Tax Administration (A WATCH), with that RFC.

And in the case of UMF?

If you are more traditional and like to do the paperwork in person, or if you have an appointment and still have to go to the clinic, these are the documents that will be required:

  • Modality M – Insured or pensioner
    • official identification
    • Social Security Number (SSN)
    • curp
    • Photo in child size
    • Address proof
  • Modality A – Wife (or)
    • official identification
    • Social Security Number (SSN)
    • curp
    • Photo in child size
    • Address proof
    • Marriage certificate
  • Modality D – concubine (or)
    • official identification
    • Social Security Number (SSN)
    • curp
    • Photo in child size
    • Address proof
    • Birth certificate
    • If there are joint children, present their birth certificates
  • Modality G – Parents
    • official identification
    • Social Security Number (SSN)
    • curp
    • Photo in child size
    • Address proof
    • Birth certificate of insured persons
  • Modality J – Children
    • Official identification, only if they are over 18 years old
    • Social Security Number (SSN)
    • curp
    • Photo in child size
    • Address proof
    • Birth certificate

After you have received all the documents, you must present them in original at the UMF counter where you are registered, from Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., for morning shift units, and from 8:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. for morning and evening shift units.

Process, for a few

According to IMSS, except for insured persons who must have activate your rightstheir users can carry out this procedure, but with the following conditions:

  • Spouse: When the insured is registered in the UMF.
  • Concubine (or): After cohabitation and economic dependence for five years or a child born with the insured.
  • Parents: with the manifestation of coexistence and economic dependence.
  • Children: over 18 years.

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