India and Canada have had a social security agreement since August 2015. I am a Colombian citizen and have been a permanent resident of Canada for 15 years, I am 55 years old and I intend to continue living in Canada and retire here. However, I worked in Colombia for 12 years, and after coming, I continue to pay for my retirement plan in Colombia. I know there is no agreement between Canada and Colombia. So the question is, when I turn 65, can I receive retirement benefits from Canada and Colombia? because I pay in both systems? Or should I expect Canada to ban me and not allow me to receive my retirement money from my Colombian system? I am 65 years old and i am a dual citizen (United States and Canada) and I currently live in the United States. Over the years, I have gone back and forth between the two countries and I understand that “after the 18th age of at least 20 must have lived in Canada for your OAS pension to be permanently payable outside Canada.” The Canadian government`s international social security conventions only cover age security and Canada pension plan benefits. If you contribute or have contributed to the PQ, but not to the CPP, please consult the Quebec pension plan. Hello Carolyn – With a maximum of 5 years of CPP contribution, your CPP retirement pension at age 65 is about $142 per month. With 5 years of residency in Canada, your OAS at age 65 would be approximately $73 per month (5/40 of the full OAS of $583.74) if you qualify for the agreement. However, it may be advisable to move your AEO to the age of 70, as it will double during those 5 years and you have reached “break even” by the age of 75. Please help (or enter a link to the information) for the following problem: I am trying to assess my AEO perspectives.
Now, OAS paper has applied Service Canada and is waiting for a response. In September, I will be 65 years old, I will have family in Canada and I will stay, because after my fewer days in Canada, I could receive benefits from the Social Security Agreement between Canada and India. Please call me. Thank you and greetings S.S.Dhindsa Hello Eric – I don`t know the rules at what age you can/should apply for your US social insurance, but I do that anything you do regarding your US SS does not affect your CPP or OAS. Therefore, you can apply for your CPP as early as age 60 (at a reduced rate), but the earliest time you can apply for the OAS is the age of 65. If a person is not entitled to the payment of a benefit on the basis of the periods entered in the records under the legislation of the Contracting Parties, which are added together in accordance with Article VIII, that person`s entitlement to pay that benefit shall be determined by adding those periods and the eligible periods in accordance with the legislation of a third country to which both parties are bound by social security instruments: which provide for an addition of times. . . .