Certificate of Entitlement (CE)




Each person in receipt of a benefit from the Fund must annually sign and complete a Certificate of Entitlement (CE), provided their benefit was in payment during the six months prior to 01 May. The Fund uses the CE to verify the continuing eligibility of retirees and beneficiaries to the benefits they are receiving.  The CE with the retiree’s/beneficiary’s original signature/thumbprint must be returned to the Fund as soon as possible and no later than 31 December to avoid the risk of a benefit suspension. The CE can be returned to either our Geneva or New York offices.

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The 2nd mailing of the barcoded 2019 Certificates of Entitlement (CE) was dispatched by the Fund at the end of September 2019. While most signed 2019 CEs have been returned to the Fund, some are still outstanding. Please note that your duly dated and signed original 2019 CE must be received by the Fund no later than end of December 2019. If you have not received your 2019 CE by now, please urgently take the following action: access your UNJSPF Member Self Service (MSS) https://www.unjspf.org/member-self-service/ to check whether you can access and print your 2019 MSS CE under the DOCUMENTS tab and if so return the signed and dated original CE to the Fund; OR, send a letter to the Fund carrying your name, your official address, your Unique ID (UID) or/and retirement number(s), the date and your ORIGINAL signature; such letter must also include the subject line: “Non-receipt of the 2019 CE”. Once received by the Fund, such letter would be scanned to your file to alert the Fund of the situation and to allow the Fund to take action to prevent a potential future suspension in case of non-receipt of your CE by end of December 2019.

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