Survivorship (Death of a Member)

 

 

Who must notify FNPF of death?


The member’s next of kin may notify the Fund of the death of a member.

                

What documents do you need to submit?


  1. An advice of death may be filed by member’s next of kin by completing form FNPF FW02 (Death).
  2. Certified original copies of the following documents pertaining to the member:
    • Death certificate issued by Registrar General’s Office.
    • Birth certificate (to have ‘DECEASED’ watermark if the member died overseas).
    • Latest extract of marriage certificate (in the case where a member was married more than once, all marriage certificates).
    • If member was never married, a statutory declaration by the next of kin witnessed by a lawyer confirming the deceased marital status.
    • If member was divorced a statutory declaration by next of kin witnessed by a lawyer confirming the deceased marital status after divorce with a certified copy of the latest extract of the marriage certificate with the divorce details and/or decree absolute.
    • A detailed employment history of the deceased showing Employer Name & address and period of employment.
    • Other forms of ID of the informant if required for proper ID verification. That is FNPF membership card or, other valid ID such as drivers licence and passport.

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