Registration

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Registration

The Social Security Board provides relief from loss of income for insured persons and their dependents when certain challenges such as sickness, invalidity or death arise.

Employees and Social Security

Every person who works for an employer is regarded as an insured person by Social Security. As an insured person, the employee must be registered and will be allocated a Social Security Number. This is a unique number under the Social Security Fund, which will be the main means of differentiating its owner from everyone else.

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Self-employed Persons and Social Security

Every self-employed person between the ages of 16 and 62 years is regarded as an insured person by Social Security. As an insured person, the self-employed person must be registered and will be allocated a Social Security Number. This is a unique number under the Social Security Fund, which will be the main means of differentiating its owner from everyone else.

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Employers and Social Security

According to law, every person who employs another person is required to register as an employer and to observe all of the obligations imposed to give effect to Social Security coverage for the employee. This includes the keeping of records of employment and wages paid as well as records of any monies deducted or deductible from the wages of the employee.

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    Head Office

    Robert Llewellyn Bradshaw Building
    P.O. Box 79
    Bay Road, Basseterre, St. Kitts

    PHONE: +1 (869) 465-2535
    EMAIL: pubinfo@socialsecurity.kn

    Branch Office

    Pinney’s Commercial Site
    P.O. Box 667
    Nevis

    PHONE: +1 (869) 469-5245
    EMAIL: nevis@socialsecurity.kn