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The guarantee certificate you receive from one country indicates the effective date of your exemption from payment of social security contributions in the other country. In general, this is the date you started working in the other country, but not before the agreement came into force. Currently, the United States has totalization agreements with the following countries: If you have social security loans in the United States and Denmark, you may be entitled to benefits from one or both countries. If you meet all the essential requirements under a country`s system, you will benefit regularly from that country. If you don`t meet the basic requirements, the agreement can help you qualify for a performance, as explained below. If the agent is required to contribute to social security in more than one country or to contribute a higher amount overall than if he has stayed in the country of origin, the employer must check whether he is paying these additional costs on behalf of the worker. Beyond the contribution dilemma, the employer must also decide how to manage the situation when the emigrant loses all entitlement to benefits because of the international allowance. When several states are involved, the EC`s social security provisions determine the country that must pay the benefits and the applicable national legislation. The basic principles are simple: 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. The Data Protection Act requires us to inform you that we are entitled to collect this information until Section 233 of the Social Security Act.

Although it is not mandatory for you to provide the information to the Social Security Administration (SSA), a coverage certificate can only be issued if an application has been received. The information is necessary to enable the SSA to determine whether, in accordance with an international agreement, the work should only be covered by the U.S. social security system. Without the certificate, work can be taxed in both the United States and foreign social security schemes. Social security contributions can become, depending on the country of origin and the host country, a very expensive aspect of an allowance abroad. Due to a large number of totalisation agreements that set specific conditions, confusion over social security contributions and benefit rights has gradually subsided – with the costs of employers – but the subject still often requires the advice of experts with expertise in this area. Eu rules apply to all EU Member States, i.e. where bilateral agreements exist, they are not mentioned here.