NSSF Downloads Section
- Employers Application for Registration
- Members Registration Form
- Employers - Update your information
- Voluntary top up form
- Application for Benefit Form: The Application for Benefit Form
- Application for Invalidity Benefit: This form is filled in by a member who wants to apply for invalidity benefit
- Claimant Particulars Form: The claimant particulars form is used by a member to claim for a benefit. Once you download the form, fill in as required and go to your nearest NSSF office to be taken finger prints. The form must be handed in by the applicant in person.
- Survivor Benefit Application Form: This form is filled in by a beneficiary whose member has passed. The application form is FREE and the claim is processed FREE.
- National Social Security Pension Trust Bill 2012: A Bill for AN ACT of Parliament to establish the National Social Security Pension Trust
- Employer Returns Form: Form filled in by an employee when remitting NSSF contributions
- Customer Services Charter: The customer services charter document is NSSF's commitment to deliver quality service to its customers and to the wider NSSF fraternity
- Voluntary Service Brochure: Download the voluntary service brochure that contains information for the self employed and all workers in the informal sector
NSSF Financial Statements:
- Annual Accounts Publication 2007: Annual Report for the year ended 2007
- NSSF Latest Investment Report 2008: The latest released NSSF investment portfolio report
- NSSF Financial Statement 2009: Financial Statement for the year ended 30th June 2009
- NSSF Financial Statement 2010: Financial Statement for the year ended 30th June 2010
- Laws of Kenya NSSF Act: The Laws of Kenya NSSF Act document outlines the Act used to establish NSSF to administer a provident fund scheme for all workers in Kenya
The Constitution of Kenya:
- The Constitution of Kenya, 2010: Published by the National Council for Law Reporting with the Authority of the Attorney General
Members are eligible for this benefit if they are at least 50 years of age and they have retired from regular paid employment. A member would opt to apply for this benefit (over the age/retirement benefit) if they retire before attaining 55 years of age.
Members are eligible for this benefit when they reach the age of 55 years, or when they ultimately retire from regular paid employment.
Update your employer information:
Click here to download the employer information update form
Tender For Provision Of Security Services To Various NSSF Commercial & Residential Properties And Branch Offices...
The National Social Security Fund Bill, 2013