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Can I get my entire pension all at once?

No, if you qualify for a contributory pension, you will receive it on a monthly basis once your contributions history has been assessed and you have applied for it at the age of 65. Please click here to apply. If you do not have enough contributions to qualify for the monthly contribution benefit at age 65, you will be given a onetime gratuity payment of your total contributions deposited to your social insurance account.
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