a period during which contributions are proportional to the benefit in question, paid or treated as paid; In a new reciprocal agreement, the Social Security Regulation (Isle of Man) 2016, public pensions are removed from the 1977 agreement for people who reach retirement age on 6 April 2016 or after 6 April 2016. This is necessary because in April 2016, the Isle of Man did not introduce a single pet boarding house when the UK did. The 2016 agreement also applies to voluntary social security contributions. If you are a civil servant who must work in another EU country (in an embassy, consulate or other official body abroad), you are covered by the social security system of your home country. are employed but have no significant activity in your country of residence Since you wish to regulate the relations between your two countries in the area of social security, you have agreed that you must take into account the terms of the corresponding agreement in order to define the rules in force – the corresponding agreement is the agreement between the United Kingdom and the country in which the worker has contributed (although the situation may be more complex in three or more countries). In general, these agreements provide that the migrant must pay NIC, unless you find a list of the countries with which the UK has a social security agreement on GOV.UK. The basic rule is that if you work in more than one EU country but are engaged in a significant part of your professional activity in your country of residence, you are covered in your country of residence by the social security system of your country of residence. If you work or live abroad, you either have the state subject to social security or the host country. In both cases, you must make arrangements to ensure that you will remain insured after moving to your new country.
To access health care in the country where you have been posted, make sure you receive a European Health Insurance Card (CEVK). You can get a CEVK from your health care provider or social security services in your home country. If you are seconded to the UK from an EEA country or Switzerland, please read what happens if I am a seconded worker from the EU, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein or Switzerland?. The answers to the following questions assume that you are from a non-EEA/Switzerland country with which the UK has a bilateral social security agreement. This management agreement enters into force on the effective date of the agreement and has the same validity period. To ensure that you and your family are covered by health insurance during a temporary stay abroad, don`t forget to receive a European Health Insurance Card (AEC). EU rules do not require your new country to provide income assistance or other social assistance to job seekers seeking employment for the first time in that country.