Administrative Agreement and Agreement, both signed in Vienna on 13 July 1990; Entered into force on 1 November 1991. Amended by addendum, signed at Vienna on 5 October 1995; Entered into force on 1 January 1997. On 1 January 1995, the relevant EU legislation in the field of social security also applied to Austria. In this respect, particular emphasis should be made on Regulation (EC) No 833/04. In the case of Australia, the Acts constitute the Social Security Act, to the extent that the Act provides, enforces or relates to the following benefits: Social security agreements are based on the following principles: under these agreements, Australia treats periods of social security/residence in these countries with Australian periods of residence in order to meet minimum waiting periods for Australian pensions. Typically, other countries count periods of work stay in Australia as social security periods to fulfill their minimum payment periods. As a rule, each country pays a partial pension to a person who has lived in both countries. Australia currently has 31 bilateral international social security agreements. Our bilateral social security agreement with Austria applies in the event of a double overlap, i.e. if you or your employee in both countries, for the same work of your employee, you have to pay superguarantee contributions (or equivalent). It applies to Australian superguarantee legislation and Austrian social security legislation.

Authorization to renew a cover certificate is determined on a case-by-case basis. We can only grant an extension by mutual agreement to the competent agency in Austria and in certain circumstances. The agreement does not apply to self-employed Australian residents working in Austria. They are not subject to the Superguarantee Act in Australia, so double super coverage does not occur. The social security benefits covered by the agreement are as follows: in the event of a double overlap, the agreement will enter into force and exempt Rachel and her employer from contributions under Austrian law. Rachel`s employer will continue to pay super-guaranteed contributions, as is the case in Australia. In the future, this Agreement may be amended by amendments considered to form an integral part of this Agreement from their entry into force. These amendments may take effect retroactively if they so provide.

All these agreements are based on the concept of shared responsibility. Shared responsibility agreements are reciprocal. Under each agreement, partner countries make concessions on their social security rules so that people covered by the agreement have access to payments for which they might not otherwise be entitled. In this way, the responsibility for social security is shared between the countries where a person has lived during his or her working years and the person can release potential rights. As a general rule, a pension from one country may be received in the second country, although the paying country retains some discretion in the currency used and in the delivery mechanisms used. Austria has concluded social security agreements with a number of states wishing to regulate social security relations between their two countries. These are bilateral agreements under international law which, from the point of view of the insured person, guarantee that, in the event of residence in the territory of the other State, he is entitled to social security benefits equivalent or similar to the local social security institution as the social security institution of his country of origin. . . .

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