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Social Insurance (entitlement)

The answer is yes.  Whatever contributions that were paid into the social insurance pension by the individual will be paid out to them once he/she reaches pension age (65) and after he/she completes the application form and submits that for processing.  Attached is the application for contributory old age pension.  Once the application is submitted with a copy of the individuals passport or birth certificate, the pension department will then contact them, in regards to how they will be receiving payment. If there are any other queries please feel free to contact me at any time.

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