Canada Has International Social Security Agreements

Social security agreements may affect compliance with minimum contribution requirements for benefits (which I call the right to be mentioned) but they do not affect the amount of these benefits (what I call the entitlement). This document contains information on social security agreements between Canada and other countries. It describes the conditions that a job outside of Canada must meet quietly under the Canadian Pension Plan (CPC) when there is a social security agreement. It also explains how you can apply for a coverage certificate. Here`s an off-wall question for you… I worked 28 quarters in the U.S. – the balance of my working life was in Canada (I`m 74 years old). I collect OAS/CPP…. The international agreements I recently signed have allowed me to obtain rights based on my work history.

During my investigations, I could see that my contributions to US Soc Sec amounted to a total of $34,000.00 (USD), plus my employer made the same….. That was in 2009, when I came back to Canada. For almost 10 years, $68,000.00 has been sitting in the American SocSec pool…… I am grateful to have been qualified for the benefits of SocSec us, but the fact is that $68,000 – interest over 9 years was rightly mine – partial benefits for my working time in the United States. But my question is this: shouldn`t there be a contract or process that would allow me to recover the essential contributions I made to Medicare unemployment insurance, which I was not allowed to use as a NT worker? It just seems that these funds were once again part of the benefits package that me and my employer were… Are you aware of this situation? Any guide would be helpful. I want you to know that it was here through your site, and the various online chats that I even discovered the existence of these international treaties…… it took a year of treatment, but it finally paid off! I do not know any details about the benefits of the United States, but the agreement should help you qualify. Here`s a web link that could help you clarify things: www.ssa.gov/international/Agreement_Pamphlets/canada.html I recently applied for my fathers cpp -oas. I have a question. He plans to live his retirement years in his hometown in Croatia.

How long will it take for international direct payment information to be processed if it changes its current direct payment information… Temporarily, he wants to receive his pension here in Canada… but I`m just curious about the future to get cpp -oas international from Canada, and the process… I am eligibill for retirement from the OAS after 12 years in Canada and I live with my wife, who is 66 years old and I am 69 years old with low in coming . I applied for pension and have received a letter from Service Canada stating reviewing eligible for age pension security pension under the agreement on social security between Canada and India.My query is that I worked in UAE in an Indian Bank IN Dubai for about 32 years and Bank in UAE is not provide n fund/pension The Bank is headquartered in India with branches in the Middle East and is subject to UAE regulations, I am eligible for the Old Age Pension The only way an international agreement can help you qualify for a CPC disability pension; if it helps you meet the minimum contribution requirement of 4 years of contributions of the last 6 years, and the income of at least 10% of the YMPE for each of these 4 years.