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How does moving affect my right to unemployment benefits?

This animation explains what will happen to your right to unemployment benefits if you live and work in more than one country of the European Union or in Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland. - This animation explains what will happen to your right to unemployment benefits if you live and work in more than one country of the European Union or in Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland.

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  • Διάρκεια : 3'12''
  • Ημερομηνία: Feb 2012
 

Which country will pay my old-age pension?

What will happen to your old-age pension if you live and work in more than one country of the European Union or in Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway or Switzerland? These rules do not apply to private or occupational pension schemes which are not based on legislation. - What will happen to your old-age pension if you live and work in more than one country of the European Union or in Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway or Switzerland? These rules do not apply to private or occupational pension schemes which are not based on legislation.

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  • Διάρκεια : 03'37''
  • Ημερομηνία: Feb 2012
 

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

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. - 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.

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  • Διάρκεια : 3'04
  • Ημερομηνία: Jun 2011
 

Modernised EU Social Security Coordination

There are around 10 million mobile citizens in Europe, which represents about 2% of the population. - There are around 10 million mobile citizens in Europe, which represents about 2% of the population. To make life easier for those EU citizens who wish to receive their unemployment benefits, child care benefits or pension in another country, a new updated EU regulation, 883/2004, will come into force in 2010.

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  • Διάρκεια : 3'35''
  • Ημερομηνία: Nov 2009
  • Θεάσεις : 3652
 

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