In certain circumstances, work and income may apply to other governments, from which you can benefit from a similar benefit or pension. Under the New Zealand Privacy Act 1993, you have the right to request any information we have about you and any correction of that information. Hello Sheila – No, whether or not your mother receives a pension from China would not affect her right or right under the OAS, although this may reduce or eliminate the right to GIS. Hello, Doug, I moved from Romania to Canada in 1996. Canada has signed social security agreements with Romania. I am 59 years old and intend to retire at 65. I have a question about the postponement of the OAS; Most of the available information indicates: For each month of “valid” deferral, your OAS pension is increased by 0.6%. The maximum time is 5 years, which would increase your OAS pension by 36%. 1) To my knowledge, as long as I have made a 30-year reduction in my U.S. pension, there will be no reduction in my U.S.

pension if I receive a British pension and a KkPp. and there is no discount to my UK NI or CPP. 2) Totalization does not apply, as it is really for people who are not entitled to full retirement in either country and instead add up on the “credits” to maximize their pension payment in one country, but not both. 3) Since US SS only has their highest income in 30 years, it is appropriate for me to return to Canada after 30 years of payment to build Canadian Pension CPP, although they do not have a minimum contribution requirement, etc. as a one-year contribution) The Privacy Act requires us to inform you that we are authorized under Section 233 of the Social Security Act to collect this information. Although it is not mandatory for you to provide the information to the Social Security Administration, a coverage certificate can only be issued if an application has been received. The information is necessary to enable Social Security to determine whether, in accordance with an international agreement, 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. After months of appeals to Service Canada, where we presented the whole situation, they maintained their position and calculated that my mother had lived only 13 of the 20 years it took in Canada to obtain the benefits of the Aland OAS. I have looked in detail at the Canada-Brazil pension contract and it says that if your employer sends you from one country to work for that employer or subsidiary in another country for five years or less, you will continue to be covered by your home country and you will be released from your coverage in the other country. For example, when a U.S.

company sends an employee to that employer or subsidiary to Canada for at least five years at work, the employer and worker continue to pay only social security taxes in the United States and are not required to pay in Canada. Even if your profession (for example. B professional trucker or sports) requires that you often have short trips from one country to another over a period of more than five years, each trip can be considered separately, so that you will only be covered by the country from which you are detached.