Certification of School Attendance

The form Certificate of School Attendance must be supplied for each semester in order to have recognized as a dependent child a child aged at least 18 and under 26 years who is studying full time and who attends an educational institution recognized by the Ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur (MEES).

This form must be filled out by the dependent child, the employee, and the educational institution after classes begin. However, part C, to be filled out by the educational institution, may be replaced by a confirmation of registration letter written by the institution and bearing an original authenticity seal, or an electronic seal if the confirmation letter is sent by email or found on the Omnivox portal.

The attestation produced in January allows the dependent child to be recognized as such from January to August, while the one produced in September allows the dependent child to be recognized from September to December, depending on when the school term under consideration begins. For example, if an attestation is provided for the period from September to December but the school term only begins in October, the dependant child is recognized from October to December.

Note : Even if a child is recognized as a dependent, some treatments may not be covered. For example,  dental care is reimbursable only for dependent children under 21 years of age.

No MÉDIC Construction card is produced for dependent children.

If a dependent child’s file is being reviewed, the reimbursement of that dependent’s claims and use of the MÉDIC Construction card may be temporarily suspended until the supporting documents requested are received.

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