Social Security Agreement Canada Poland

If a person is not entitled to a benefit on the basis of the periods applicable under the legislation of the parties and which are added together in accordance with Article 11, that person`s entitlement to that benefit shall be determined by adding those periods and those eligible periods completed under the legislation of a third country, with which both parties are bound by social security instruments: which provide for the addition of periods. If you have contributed to both the Canada Pension Plan and the Polish pension program, or if you have lived in Canada and Poland, this convention can help you qualify for: the Canadian government`s international social security conventions only cover Old Age Security and Pension Canada plan benefits. If you contribute or have contributed to the PQ, but not to the CPP, please consult the Quebec pension plan. HAVE DECIDED to conclude an agreement to this effect and the following social security agreements are currently in force: within the framework of this agreement, German pensions for work in the ghetto are transferred to beneficiaries residing in the territory of the Republic of Poland. – Agreement of 16 January 1958 between the Government of the Polish People`s Republic and the Government of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia on social security – as regards: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro, Australia, currently has 31 bilateral international agreements on social security. If you are a widow, widower or child of someone who has contributed to the retirement programs of both countries, this agreement can help you qualify: all these agreements are based on the concept of shared responsibility. Shared responsibility agreements are reciprocal. Under each agreement, partner countries make concessions on their social security rules so that people covered by the agreement have access to payments for which they might not otherwise be entitled. In this way, the responsibility for social security is shared between the countries where a person has lived during his or her working years and the person can release potential rights. Generally speaking, a pension from one country may be received in the second country, although the paying country retains some discretion in the currency used and the delivery mechanisms used. . .

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