EU border workers only fall into a national social security system – in the country where they work. The Hungarian authorities` assertion is false. General agreement between Belgium and France on social security on 17 January 1948. Revised Convention of 13 February 1961 on the social security of the Rhineland, came into force for the Federal Republic of Germany on 1 February 1970. Subject to the provisions of the relevant bilateral and multilateral agreements, benefits that have not been granted or suspended in the absence of this agreement are granted or reinstated from the effective date of this agreement for all contracting parties concerned by the relevant debt, provided that the right is submitted within one year of that date or within a longer period of time set by the contracting party. by law and the regulation under which the benefit is invoked. If the application is not submitted within this time frame, the benefit is granted or reinstated from the date of the application or the earlier date set by the latter party. Act 80-471 of June 27, 1980, published in the Official Journal of the French Republic of June 28, 1980, which extends the social protection of French nationals abroad. In particular, the InPS confirmed that the EU`s basic principle of social security will continue to apply to the non-cumulative periods of insurance required to meet the social security provision requirement. General Convention on Social Security between the Kingdom of Belgium and the Federal Republic of Germany, additional agreement and final protocol, signed in Bonn on 7 December 1957 (entry into force: 9 November 1963, retroactive to 1 January 1959). the Social Security Convention between Norway and the Republic of Portugal, in force on 1 September 1980; Agreement between the Republic of Italy and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland on social security in Italy and Northern Ireland on 29 January 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. Reaffirming also the principle that nationals of one of the contracting parties should benefit from the benefits of the old age, disability and survivor arrangements entered into by two or more of the other contracting parties; Applications and applications relating to contract law and European law are processed by different insurance agencies. If you have lived or worked in one or more Member States or contract countries, you will be covered by the UK which left the EU at the end of 2019, with the withdrawal agreement confirming that the current EU social security rules would apply until the end of the transitional period, i.e. 31 December 2020 (except for extension). Agreement between Norway, Denmark, Finland, Iceland and Sweden on social security on 5 March 1981, which came into force on 1 January 1982. Administrative treaty of October 25, 1982. On 31 January 2020, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (United Kingdom) left the European Union (EU).