08 Oct Social Security Agreement Australia Germany
in the case of Portugal, the Minister or any other authority competent for social security schemes in all or part of Portuguese territory; The Australian Government and the Swiss Federal Council have agreed, in the context of the desire to regulate relations between their two countries in the field of social protection, to conclude the following Agreement: 2. As regards Australia, the legislation to which this Agreement applies shall not contain any legislation adopted before or after the date of signature of this Agreement. on the implementation of a social security agreement. The competent authorities decide, in accordance with the legislation of their country, on the protection of social security which must be applied in the best interests of a person. 2. Germany and Australia have reached an agreement to deal with possible inconveniences for you. This brochure of the German pension insurance informs you of the details of the social security agreement between Germany and Australia. 1. Subject to paragraph 2, work-related disability pensions shall be paid under Cypriot legislation for a disability that occurs, while a person is insured under that legislation and works in a profession that applies for the purposes of that legislation. (ii) the legislation provided for under the specific social security schemes covering all categories of workers. f. a Contracting Party may provide assistance only in respect of a social security debt, certified by the applicant institution, of the nature referred to in points (a)(i) to (iv.b) certain works or types of work (including work which has not yet taken place at the time of conclusion of the contract).
Our bilateral social security agreement with Germany applies in the event of a double overlap – i.e. if you or your employee in both countries, for the same work of your employee, you have to pay superguarantee contributions (or equivalent). It applies to Australian superguarantee legislation and German social security legislation. 2. The reference in paragraph 1 to a draft international agreement on social security shall also include a reference to such an agreement as amended or otherwise affected by another agreement or agreements between Australia and the other country concerned. . . .