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). 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 endorsements of 5 June 1972 and 20 May 1977. the Social Security Convention between Norway and the Republic of Portugal, in force on 1 September 1980; This does not affect your family`s social security rights: health insurance, family allowances, disability or old age pension. The provisions of this agreement continue to apply to insurance periods and equivalent periods completed prior to the effective date of the whistleblowing, subject to all conditions that may be set by the contracting parties involved in complementary agreements on the payment of any rights under the acquisition. Agreement between Belgium and Spain on social security of 28 November 1956, revised by the convention of 1 October 1967. Appendix I of this agreement establishes, for each contracting party, the social security schemes applicable to each of the parties in its territory on the date of the signing of this agreement. Agreement between Greece and the Federal Republic of Germany on social security, signed on 25 April 1961. General agreement on social security between Belgium and France on 17 January 1948. While the withdrawal agreement ensures that the rules on immigration, taxation and social security will not be changed immediately from 31 January 2020, the rules are expected to change from 1 January 2021.
In addition, UK nationals who work and reside in the Netherlands during the transitional period and EU citizens who work and stay in the UK during the transitional period may be required to take steps to guarantee their rights after the transition period. The guarantee certificate you receive from one country indicates the effective date of your exemption from paying 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. Agreement between Denmark and the Federal Republic of Germany on social security on 14 August 1953, with final protocol and supplementary agreement. An agreement that will enter into force on 1 November 1990 between the United States and the Netherlands improves the protection of social security for people who work or have worked in both countries. It helps many people who, in the absence of the agreement, would not be entitled to monthly pension, disability or survival benefits under the social security system of one or both countries. It also helps people who would otherwise have to pay social security contributions to the two countries with the same incomes. 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.
In this update, you will find details on what will change and what to do about immigration, taxation and social security. Agreement between the Kingdom of the Netherlands and the Republic of Turkey on social security and the signing protocol of 5 April 1966 (which came into force on 1 April 1968), amended by the convention of 4 September 1980 revising the convention of 5 April 1966. The agreement between the Federal Republic of Germany and Great Britain on 20 April 1960 on social security came into force on 1 August 1961. While the UK left the EU on 31 January 2020, the rules on free movement apply until 31 December 2020, on the basis of the withdrawal agreement. This means that the rights of British nationals to enter, work and stay in the Netherlands until 31 December 2020 do not change.