Turkey Social Security Agreements

As a result of the social security agreements, our Turkish citizens have the opportunity to exercise their social security rights as a result of the other country`s legislation and acquired with regard to the insurance sectors in the short and long term. In addition to the insured person himself, family members who live with him in the country of work, family members living in Turkey can benefit from this right. Revised agreement of 13 February 1961 on the social security of the Rhineland, which came into force for the Federal Republic of Germany on 1 February 1970. General agreement between France and Norway on social security, signed on 30 September 1954 and entered into force on 1 July 1956. Agreement between the Federal Republic of Germany and the Republic of Portugal on social security on 6 November 1964. Social security convention for the Rhineland of 27 July 1950, replaced by the Rhine Social Security Convention of 13 February 1961 (entered into force on 1 February 1970). Reaffirming also the principle that nationals of one of the contracting parties should benefit from the benefits of the old age, disability and survivor arrangements entered into by two or more of the other contracting parties; The Social Security Convention between Her Majesty the King of the Belgians and Her Majesty the Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, as well as her other kingdoms and territories, the head of the Commonwealth, was signed in Brussels on 20 May 1957. Agreement between Belgium and Spain on social security of 28 November 1956, revised by the convention of 1 October 1967. Law 76-1287 of 31 December 1976, published in the Official Journal of the French Republic on 1 January 1977, presents the situation with regard to the social security of French workers posted or expatriated. The provisions of the convention do not apply to Law 153 of 30 April 1969 (amended and completed), which introduced a social pension for the destitute. It is a non-contributory benefit that is linked to a condition of resources that is determined in relation to income. The funding is fully supported by the state. Agreement between the Republic of Italy and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland on social security in Italy and Northern Ireland, on 29 January 1957, an agreement between Norway, Denmark, Finland, Iceland and Sweden on social security on 5 March 1981, which came into force on 1 January 1982.

Administrative Agreement of October 25, 1982. Act 80-471 of 27 June 1980, published in the Official Journal of the French Republic of 28 June 1980, which extends the social protection of French nationals abroad. Contribution rates vary according to the branches mentioned above: if a certain threshold is exceeded, a social security limit is applied. This cap is formulated in the form of 6.5 times the minimum wage. Beyond this threshold, the premium payable remains unchanged. In addition to the employer and worker contributions mentioned above, the Turkish state also contributes to the social security system. The state supports up to a quarter of all premiums collected for the long-term health insurance and general health insurance sectors and 1% for unemployment insurance (which corresponds to the worker`s share).

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