Services for Benefits Section
Department Services Description Eligibility Online Forms Documents to be produced
Benefits Section Basic Pension - Processing of application and payments for
(i) Retirement (i) payable to every Mauritius citizen aged 60 or over

(ii) the person should have resided in Mauritius for an aggregate period of 12 years since attaining
the age of 18

(iii) the residence qualification does not apply to a Mauritian citizen aged 70 or over

(iv) Non-citizens must have resided in Mauritius for at least 15 years in aggregate since attaining the
age of 40, three of those fifteen years being immediately before the claim is made.
Y
(i)Birth Certificate

(ii)National Identity Card

(iii)One photo for bus pass

(iv) Marriage Certificate (for married women)

(v) Bank Account Number
(ii) Invalidity (i) between 15 to 60 years

(ii) certified by a Medical Board to be incapacitated to a degree of at least 60 per cent and for a period of at least 12 months

(iii) a residence qualification applies to an invalid person who is a non-citizen
Y (i) Birth Certificate

(ii) National Identity Card

(iii) Medical Certificate/Report, if any

(iv) Bank Account Number and Name of Bank

(v) One photo for bus pass
(iii)Widows (i) payable to widows under the age of 60

(ii) these persons should have been civilly or religiously married

(iii) a non-citizen widow must have resided in Mauritius for at least 5 years in aggregate in the ten years preceding the claim, one of those five years being immediately before the claim.
Y

(i) Birth Certificate

(ii) National Identity Card


(iii) Marriage Certificate


(iv) Death Certificate of Spouse(v) Bank Account Number and Name of Bank

(iv)Orphans - A Person whose parents are dead or unknown (i) up to the age of 15 (or 20 if in full-time education)

(ii) parents' death certificate

(iii) for a non-citizen one of the parents should have resided in Mauritius for at least five years in aggregate in the ten years preceding the claim, one of those five years being immediately before the claim.
Y
(i) Birth Certificate

(ii) Death Certificate of parents
(v) Guardian's Allowance (i) payable to the person looking after an orphan

(ii) if the guardian is a non-citizen, he should have resided in Mauritius for at least five years in
aggregate in the ten years preceding the claim, one of those five years being immediately before the date of the claim.
Included in Orphan form (i) Birth Certificate

(ii) National Identity Card
(vi) Child's Allowance (a) Payable to the children of beneficiary of a Basic Widow's Pension or Basic Invalid's Pension

(b) the child should be under the age of 15 (or 20 if in full-time education)
(c) payable in respect of not more than 3 children
Included in Widows Form (i) Birth Certificate

(ii) Attendance certificate from colleges
Inmate Allowance Payable to the inmates of Government Subsidized Institutions on condition that they would have been entitled to a basic pension before their admission in such institutions. (i) Birth Certificate

(ii) National Identity Card

(iii) Pensions Identity Card, if any
Enhanced Basic Retirement Pensions (for severe handicap) Beneficiaries of BRP who are totally blind or who suffer from a total paralysis or who need the constant care and attention of another person (i) Pensions Card

(ii) Birth Certificate

(iii) National Identity Card

(iv) Marriage Certificate

(v) Medical Evidence

(vi) Proxy's National Identity Card
Carer's Allowance Beneficiaries of Basic Invalidity Pension who need the constant care and attention of another person. (i) Pensions Card

(ii) Birth Certificate

(iii) National Identity Card

(iv) Medical Evidence

(v) Proxy's National Identity Card
SIPF (Sugar Industry Pension Fund) Refund of SIPF Contribution Payable to former sugar industry workers who contributed to SIPF before joining NPS Form available but not on-line (i) Birth Certificate
(ii) National Identity Card
(iii) SIPF Number