Requests and requests relating to contract law and European law are handled by different insurance agencies. If you have lived or worked in one or more Member States or Contracting States, you will be covered either for the payment of benefits to persons residing in the territory of one of the parties to such an agreement; General Agreement on Social Security between France and Norway, signed on 30 September 1954 and in force on 1 July 1956. If you reside in a Member State or Contracting Country, we advise you to submit your pension application through the insurance agency in your country of residence. Subject to the provisions of the relevant bilateral and multilateral agreements, benefits which have not been granted or suspended in the absence of this Agreement shall be granted or reinstated, from the date of entry into force of this Agreement, to all parties involved in the claim concerned, provided that the claim is granted within one year of that date or within a longer period determined by the Party; under which the benefit is used by laws and regulations. If the application is not reimbursed within that period, the benefit shall be granted or reinstated from the date of the application or from an earlier date fixed by the latter Party. General Convention on social security between the Kingdom of Belgium and the Republic of Turkey, signed at Brussels on 4 July 1966 (entry into force: 1 May 1968), revised by the Convention of 2 February 1981. In addition, the different waiting periods for special payments for miners can be fulfilled by adding up the mining periods spent in other Member States or in certain countries under contract. Any agreement on the laws, regulations and administrative provisions referred to in Article 1, concluded or likely to be concluded by two or more Contracting Parties, shall apply, subject to Article 9, to a national of another Party, as if he were a national of one of the former Contracting Parties, in so far as it so provides; with respect to such laws, regulations and administrative provisions, either Party may, at the time of the notification referred to in Article 7 or Article 8, make a reservation as to the application of this Agreement to all laws, regulations or agreements referred to in this notification. the notification must be accompanied by a declaration on such a reservation; it shall take effect from the date of entry into force of the new law, regulation or agreement. With which countries does Germany have social security agreements? Law No. 76-1287 of 31 December 1976, published in the Official Journal of the French Republic on 1 January 1977, on the social security situation of French workers posted or emigrated abroad. The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (United Kingdom) left the European Union (EU) on 31 January 2020. Nevertheless, for the time being, European law remains in force as far as the United Kingdom is concerned.
This is reflected in the withdrawal agreement negotiated between the EU and the UK, which entered into force on 1 February 2020. Normally, in contracting countries, there is no right to a pension, even due to a total reduction in working capacity, if the right is based exclusively on the closed German part-time labour market and not on your efficiency. The right to total incapacity due to the closure of the German part-time labour market is only allowed in the contracting countries of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Israel, Kosovo, Morocco, Montenegro, Serbia and Tunisia. General Agreement on social security between France and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg of 12 November 1949. . . .