european union coordination rules

The European Union Social Security Coordination Regulations safeguard the social security rights of citizens moving from one member state to another.

bilateral agreements

Bilateral agreements are formal treaties that help co-ordinate the social security systems of the respective contracting countries. The primary aim is to help people move from one country to another, obtaining benefits due and in some cases also regulate the payment of social security contributions.

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