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Moving within Europe - Which country is responsible for your social security rights?

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The clip explains the EU rules which determine which country is responsible for the social security coverage of a person working in another EU country. In particular, it explains what is intended by "social security rights", rules that apply when you work in another country, what happens if you are only moving for a short assignment or if you work simultaneously in two countries.

Type: Cartoon   Reference: I-071514   Date: 10/11/2011   Duration: 03:04
Languages: ENGLISH, FRANÇAIS, DEUTSCH, ITALIANO, ESPANOL, POLSKI,
© European Union, 2011   /   Source: EC - Audiovisual Service
Composer: Arnaud Blanpain
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