the Social Security Convention between Norway and the Republic of Portugal, in force on 1 September 1980; If you live in a Member State or a country under contract, we recommend that you apply for a pension through the insurance agency in your country of residence. Convention on Social Security between Portugal and Spain, signed on 11 June 1969. General agreement on social security between Belgium and Greece, signed on 1 April 1958 in Athens (entered into force on 1 January 1961) and revised by the convention of 27 September 1967. In order to implement these principles through an interim agreement pending the conclusion of a general agreement on the basis of a network of bilateral agreements, the provisions of the agreement do not apply to Law 153 of 30 April 1969 (modified and concluded) which established a social pension for the destitute. It is a non-contributory benefit that is linked to a condition of resources that is determined in relation to income. The funding is fully supported by the state. Convention on Social Security and Protocol on Benefits in Kind between the United Kingdom and Belgium, signed in Brussels on 20 May 1957. The EU and the UK have expressed their readiness to review each other`s relations in 2020 during the transition period. It remains to be seen the development of future relations in the field of social security. In addition to eligibility periods for various German pensions, a number of other conditions must be met in order to be eligible; For example, mandatory pension insurance contributions must have been paid for work or an activity subject to compulsory insurance during certain periods prior to the start of the pension payment. Here too, the calculation can take into account the respective periods in a Member State or contracting country. General agreement between Belgium and France on social security on 17 January 1948.
Convention on Social Security between the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and Portugal of 12 February 1965, with the exception of Article 3, paragraph 2, and the special protocol of 12 February 1965, in the text of the supplementary conventions of 5 June 1972 and 20 May 1977. The agreement between the Federal Republic of Germany and the Kingdom of Greece on social security of 25 April 1961 came into force on 1 November 1966, as amended and concluded by the Convention of 21 March 1967. The Social Security Convention between the United Kingdom and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, on 13 October 1953, the Social Security Convention between Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, revised by the agreement of 5 March 1981, which came into force on 1 March 1981; The General Convention on Social Security of 10 July 1950 between the Federal Republic of Germany and France came into force on 1 January 1952. Rhineland Social Security Convention of 27 July 1950, revised on 13 February 1961. Eligibility requirements vary from member state to member state and/or from contracting country. Each insurance agency individually verifies the existence of a pension entitlement under its national legislation and, if so, pays its pension. Therefore, you may receive a pension from several countries, depending on where you have accumulated insurance periods and whether eligibility requirements are met.