Social Security Agreement With Brazil

The competent authorities of both States Parties may agree to grant a derogation from the provisions of this article for certain persons or groups of persons, provided that any person concerned is subject to the law of one of the States Parties. The temporary service certificate is made available to the worker / self-employed worker in order to release the contribution of the insured person in the corresponding country where he will work, so that the person can stay with Brazilian social security. The application is submitted by the worker/self-employed person to a social security agency, as preferred by the person concerned. Copies of instruments certified as authentic and accurate by the competent institution of one State Party shall be recognized by the competent institution of the other State Party as exact and accurate copies, without further certification. The competent institution of each State Party shall definitively assess the probative value of the evidence presented to it, whatever the source. The Social Security Agreement between Switzerland and Brazil ("Agreement") entered into force on 1 October 2019. It coordinates the social security rules of the two Contracting States in the areas of age, survivors and disability and regulates the payment of State pension benefits abroad. International social security agreements are part of the Brazilian foreign policy implemented by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (www.mre.gov.br). These agreements are the result of the efforts of the Ministry of Social Security (www.previdencia.gov.br) and diplomatic agreements between governments. With regard to bilateral agreements, Brazil has concluded effective social security agreements with the following countries: the agreement coordinates relations between Switzerland and Brazil in the field of social security.

Under the agreement, it is now possible for posted workers to stay at home and also cover their family members for up to five years in their social security scheme. The coverage provided by the Convention covers age, survivors and disability. . . .