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Bilateral Cooperation

The aim of the bilateral international cooperation is to preserve the social security rights of the migrating labour force and their family members, thus eliminating the obstacles to free labour force movement and facilitating the economic activity of the population, as well as, in the case of conflicting systems, preventing the collision of social security rights and social insecurity of persons.

On June 18, 1993, bilateral diplomatic note exchange was made between the Republic of Latvia and the United States of America on mutual pension payments provide that Latvian side pays the pensions of old age, disability or loss of provider to those citizens of USA who are entitled to these pensions even if these persons do not reside in the territory of the Republic of Latvia.

On June 11, 1999, an agreement about the cooperation in the field of social safety between the Republic of Latvia and Ukraine came into force. The aim of the agreement is to prevent double collection of social insurance payments, the export of pensions, and it allows persons living in Latvia receive pension for the time of service in Ukraine, and vice versa.

On November 18, 2004, a temporary agreement came into force between the Ministry of Welfare of the Republic of Latvia and the Royal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs of Norway in accordance with the Article 17 of the Regulation (EEC) Nr.1408/71 of June 14, 1971, about the application of social provision schemes for employed, self-employed persons and their family members relocating within the Community in relation to Latvian sailors employed on ships recorded in International Ships Register of Norway. This temporary agreement facilitates the social security of the Latvian sailors employed on ships recorded in International Ships Register of Norway. These sailors have social insurance in Latvia. Initially the agreement was made for 2 years, but in March of 2006 it was extended indefinitely.

On December 15, 2005, Saeima adopted the social security agreement between the Republic of Latvia and Canada signed on June 29, 2005. The agreement came into force on November 1, 2006. The agreement facilitates the social security of people relocating from Latvia to Canada and vice versa. It also eliminates double social insurance payments collection. This allows people working in Canada receive pensions for the service years there while living in Latvia, and vice versa.

On October 12, 2007, an agreement between the governments of the Republic of Latvia and the Republic of Estonia about the inclusion of the insurance periods collected in former USSR was signed, and it is forwarded for revision in Saeima.

On 1 September 2008 the agreement between the governments of the Republic of Latvia and the Republic of Estonia signed on 12 October 2007 in Tallinn and providing for the inclusion of the insurance periods accrued in the former USSR entered into force. The agreement is aimed at eliminating the double inclusion of the insurance periods in the length of insurance period.

On 28 September 2010 the agreement between the Republic of Latvia and Belarus on the cooperation in the field of social security signed on 29 February 2008 in Minsk entered into force. The agreement is aimed at preventing the collection of double social insurance contributions; it provides for the export of pensions and allows persons who have been employed in Belarus to receive the pension for the periods worked in the country when the reside in Latvia and vice versa.

On 18 December 2007 the agreement between the Republic of Latvia and the Russia Federation was signed on the cooperation in the field of the social security. The agreement entered into force on 19 January 2011.

The Agreement between the Republic of Latvia and Australia in the area of social security entered into force on the 1st January 2013. The Agreement will contribute to the social security of persons who relocate from Latvia to Australia and vice versa, ensure the export of pensions and eliminate the collection of double social insurance contributions. It will allow the persons who have worked in Australia to receive the pension for the years of employment there when they live in Latvia and vice versa.

On 16 May 2012 the agreement between the governments of the Republic of Latvia and the Republic of Lithuania was signed on the inclusion of the accrued insurance periods in the former USSR. This agreement will enter into force after it has been ratified by the parliaments of both parties.

Application for granting/ reassessing the pension (The form may be filled in before applying to the SSIA)