The competent authority of India and a province of Canada may enter into agreements on all matters of social security within the jurisdiction of the province in Canada, unless such agreements are contrary to the provisions of this Agreement. DETERMINED to cooperate in the field of social security, this new agreement will benefit Canada and India by: I propose that you wait until they have approved or rejected your AEO application and see the periods they have completed, that you have lived in Canada. If you refuse your AEO application solely because of your residence in Canada, you can request to review your application under the Canada/India Agreement to see if you qualify through this process. Hello. I am Canadian and I worked in Quebec for 40 years. I have been living in the United States for 6 years and plan to return to Canada. When I apply for my Quebec pension, do you know if what I contributed to U.S. Social Security will be used to calculate my final retirement from Quebec? Hello Abraham – Is this considered taxable income? If so, it would likely have an impact on your GIS, whether or not there is a social security agreement. This would still only affect your AEO if your net taxable income is above the „clawback” threshold (about $74,000 per year). In any case, you are entitled to a CPP retirement pension, even without benefiting from the agreement.
You may be entitled to a small AEO pension under the agreement. If you are the widow, widower, child or authorized person of a person who has contributed to both the Pension Canada Plan and the PSE to the retirement programs of both countries, this agreement can help you qualify for: Canadian citizen – worked in the United States for 3 different companies (28 quarters in total), returned to Canada in 2009. I worked as an employee and self-employed for parts of this period. Currently (I am 73 years old), I receive CPP/OAS benefits with a QPP top-up benefit – I am employed as a teacher, so my income varies depending on the course load. . . .