Example: In the United States, a person born in 1929 or later must earn 40 credits, of which at least 6 are earned in the United States in order to receive pension benefits from the Social Security Administration. Those born before 1929 need less credit. Brent – Yes, I am almost certain that, under the Canada-U.S. agreement, you will be entitled to U.S. Social Security. Prior to the agreement, workers, employers and the self-employed may, in certain circumstances, be required to pay social security contributions for the same work, both in the United States and Spain. In addition, many countries have complex social security systems, such as social security systems. B that depend on the nature of the work. In these cases, a totalization agreement should set out very explicit policies and restrictions that may not apply in other countries. You can apply to one country and request that your application be considered as a right to benefits from the other country. The information from your application will then be sent to the other country. Each country will process the law according to its own laws, if any, will count the other country`s credits – and inform you of its decision. I know that the CPC and the OAS will be in Canada for the time being.
But will this reduced amount increase if we defer the CPC`s request? How would we calculate our estimated benefits without submitting a fee? Do you have relevant evaluation links? The OAS is $578 per person per month, but if you live in Canada for only 4 years, you will receive only 4/40th of that amount, or about $57.80. Each agreement is different, but this quote implies to me that if you are briefly in the Canadian residence for OAS purposes, you can only compensate for that with contribution periods in the Philippines, not just periods of stay there. Good morning. I am Canadian and have worked in Quebec for 40 years. I have been living in the United States for 6 years and plan to return to Canada. When I apply for my Quebec pension, do you know if what I contributed to the U.S. Social Security will be used to calculate my last pension benefit in Quebec? According to the agreement, when you work as a worker in the United States, you are generally covered by the United States, and you and your employer pay social security taxes only in the United States. When you work as a worker in Spain, you are usually covered by Spain and you and your employer pay social security taxes only to Spain. To be eligible, you generally need to have at least one contribution to the program. Dear Doug, great and useful contributions, thank you very much.
My case is this: worked in Romania for ten years between 1990 and 2000, lived and worked in Canada for six years (all taxes paid), from 2001 to 2006, then moved to Romania to be my aging parents, where I have since my residency and work. Question 1: Given that the international social security agreement with Romania will come into force on 01.11.2011, does it apply retroactively if the aforementioned six Canadian years are taken into account (and into account)? This is intended for totalization in both countries, I would decide to apply at the age of 65. Maybe it`s Romania. Question 2: What Canadian pension benefits would I be entitled to if I added up the three contribution segments? Hello Joe – The agreement allows you to meet the 20-year requirement for OAA payment outside of Canada, but the amount of your OAS is based solely on residence in Canada, so it is 15/40th out of $600 -$225 per month.