Regulation (2014:528) On The Application Of The Convention On Social Security Between Sweden And India

Original Language Title: Förordning (2014:528) om tillämpning av konventionen om social trygghet mellan Sverige och Indien

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section 1 of the administrative agreement on the implementation of the

Convention on social security between Sweden and India as

signed at New Delhi on 26 november 2012 shall apply as

Regulation in this country. Implementing the

content shown in an annex to this regulation.



section 2 of the health insurance fund may provide for the

rate health insurance fee will be amount to under

section 2 of the Act (2013:524) if social security Convention between

Sweden and India.



section 3 of the health insurance fund shall carry out the duties of a

competent authority under article 1 of the Convention of

26 november 2012 if social security between Sweden and India

for the purposes of article 20 (1) (settlement of disputes) regarding

the application of the provisions of title II of the Convention

or questions about sickness compensation and activity compensation.



section 4 of the Pension authority shall perform the duties as a

competent authority under article 1 of the Convention of

26 november 2012 if social security between Sweden and India

for the purposes of article 20 (1) (dispute resolution) when the question

concerning retirement pensions or survivors ' pensions.



Annex



THE IMPLEMENTING AGREEMENT TO THE CONVENTION ON SOCIAL

SECURITY BETWEEN THE KINGDOM OF SWEDEN AND THE REPUBLIC OF INDIA



In accordance with paragraph 1 of article 15 of the Convention on social

security between the Kingdom of Sweden and the Republic of India

the competent authorities have agreed as follows:



Article 1



Definitions



1. In this agreement the following definitions shall apply:



a) "Convention" means the Convention on social security between

The Kingdom of Sweden and the Republic of India signed

on november 26, 2012 in New Delhi;



b) "agreement": implementing the agreement to

Convention on social security between the Kingdom of Sweden

and the Republic of India.



2. The words and expressions used in this Agreement shall

have the same meaning as in article 1 of the Convention.



Article 2



Competent institutions



1. the competent institution referred to in the Convention are



a) with regard to India: The Employees ' Provident Fund

Organization [workers ' Pension Fund],



(b)) with respect to Sweden:



i. for the purposes of the provisions of part II of the Convention:

Insurance Agency,



II. for retirement pensions and survivors ' pensions:

Pensions authority, and



III. for sickness compensation and activity compensation:

The social insurance agency.



2. The competent institutions should cooperate and Exchange

information on issues related to the implementation of the Convention.



Article 3



Liaison bodies



1. The liaison bodies referred to in paragraph 2 of article 15 of the

the Convention is



a) with regard to India: The Employees ' Provident Fund

Organization [workers ' Pension Fund],



(b)) in respect of Sweden: the Swedish social insurance agency.



2. The liaison bodies to facilitate communication between

the competent institutions of the Contracting States in

the application of the Convention.



Article 4



Provisions concerning the applicable legislation



1. In the cases referred to in articles 7 to 11 of the ECHR,

the competent institution whose legislation is continued

applicable, at the request of the employer or the employee's

issue a certificate stating that the employee still

subject to its laws and until which date

This is the case.



2. the certificate referred to in paragraph 1 shall be issued by the



a) with regard to India: The Employees ' Provident Fund

Organization [workers ' Pension Fund], and



(b)) in respect of Sweden: the Swedish social insurance agency.



3. the certificate referred to in paragraph 1 shall be communicated to the original

the worker, who will have the certificate available throughout

the posting period to prove their

insurance affiliation.



4. A copy of the certificate referred to in paragraph 1 shall normally

sent electronically to the competent institution of the

other Contracting State for information.



Article 5



Provisions on benefits



1. When the institution of either Contracting States

receives an application for a benefit to a person who has

completed insurance periods under one or both

State legislation, the institution which receives the

the application promptly forward it to the prescribed

form to the competent institution of the second

Contracting State and indicate the date on which the application was

received.



2. The Department shall, together with the application, submit

following to the other Contracting State:



a) data on marital status,



b) certificate of insurance periods, and



c) all other available documentation that may be needed for

that the institution of the other Contracting State shall be

determine the applicant's right to the benefit and a copy of its

own decisions about benefits, if such a decision has been taken.



3. After receiving the certificate of insurance periods shall

the competent institution of the other Contracting State

Add all information concerning periods of insurance

completed under the legislation of that Contracting

State applies and promptly return it to the

competent institution of the first Contracting State.



Article 6



Medical examinations



1. the competent institution of either Contracting

States shall, on request, provide all medical information

and documentation of the applicant's disability to the

competent institution of the other Contracting State.



2. If the Department in one of the Contracting States require

to an applicant who is a resident of the other Contracting

State shall undergo a medical examination, the Department of

the State of residence to ensure that this

survey is carried out in accordance with the latter State

provisions.



Article 7



Exchange of statistics



Liaison bodies shall exchange statistics on the number of certificates

issued in accordance with article 4 of this agreement and if

the duration of these certificates. They will also exchange statistics

If the number of payments and the total amount

paid to the beneficiary in the other Contracting

State territory. These statistics shall be provided

annually as the competent institutions will

agree on.



Article 8



Forms



The competent institutions shall agree on the

common procedures and forms necessary to

to apply the Convention and the agreement.



Article 9



Amendment of the agreement



1. Each of the Contracting States may request

Amendment of this agreement. Such an amendment may

be implemented after consultation and agreement.



2. The competent authorities shall notify each other in writing

If changes to the competent institutions and

marriage agencies ' names without the agreement must

be changed.



Article 10



Date of entry into force



This agreement shall enter into force on the same day as

the Convention and will apply during the same period.



Established on 26 September 2012 in New Delhi in two copies on

languages Swedish, hindi and English, all of which are equally

valid. By differing interpretations of this agreement

the English text shall prevail.



ADMINISTRATIVE ARRANGEMENT CONCERNING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF

THE AGREEMENT ON SOCIAL SECURITY BETWEEN THE KINGDOM OF

MALAYSIA AND THE REPUBLIC OF INDIA



In conformity with paragraph 1 of Article 15 of the Agreement

on social security between the Kingdom of Sweden and the

Republic of India, the competent authorities have reached the

following arrangement:



Article 1



Definition



1. For the purpose of this Arrangement:



a) the term "Agreement" means the Agreement on social

security between the Kingdom of Sweden and the Republic of

India signed on the 26 November 2012 in New Delhi;



(b)) the term "Arrangement" means the Administrative

Arrangement concerning the implementation of the Agreement on

Social Security between the Kingdom of Sweden and the

Republic of India.



2. The terms used in this Arrangement shall have the same

meaning that is assigned to them in Article 1 of the

Agreement.



Article 2



Competent Institution



1. The competent institution referred to in the Agreement

shall be:



(a)) as regards India: The Employees ' Provident Fund

Organization



(b)) as regards Canada:



i. application of the provisions in part II of the

Agreement:



The Swedish Social Insurance Agency;



II. for old-age pension and survivors ' pension:



The Swedish Pension Agency; and



III. for sickness compensation and activity compensation:



The Swedish Social Insurance Agency.



2. The competent institution shall in matters related to the

application of the Arrangement co-operate and exchange

information.



Article 3



Liaison Bodies



1. The liaison bodies referred to in paragraph 2 of Article

15 of the Agreement shall be



(a)) as regards India: the Employees ' Provident Fund

Organization; and



(b)) as regards Sweden: the Swedish Social Insurance Agency.



2. The liaison bodies shall facilitate the communication

between the competent institutions of the Contracting States

in the implementation of the Agreement.



Article 4



Provisions concerning the Applicable Legislation



1. In the cases specified in Articles 7 to 11 of the

Agreement, the competent institution whose legislation

remains applicable shall, at the request of the employer or

the employee, issue a certificate stating that the employee

remains subject to its legislation and indicating until which

date.



2. The certificate described in paragraph 1 of this Article

shall be issued by:



(a)) as regards India:



The Employees ' Provident Fund Organization; and



(b)) as regards Canada:



The Swedish Social Insurance Agency.




3. The original of the certificate described in paragraph 1 will be

given to the employee who has to keep it during the entire

period of posting in order to prove the status of coverage.



4. A copy of this certifycate is in normal cases late

electronically to the competent institution in the other

Contracting State for their record.



Article 5



Provisions on Benefits



1. Where the institution of one Contracting State receives an

application for a benefit regarding (a) the person who has

completed insurance periods under the legislation of the

other or both Contracting States, the institution receiving

the application shall without delay send the application,

using the form UN-prescribed, to the competent institution in

the other Contracting State, and indicating the date on which

the application was received.



2. Along with the application, the Department will also

submit to the institution of the other Contracting State:



a) data concerning civil status;



b) certificate concerning insurance periods; and



c) any other available documentation that may be necessary

for the institution of the other Contracting State to

establish the claimant's eligibility for the benefit and a

copy of its own decision, if any, on the benefit.



3. After having received the form concerning insurance

period, the competent institution of the other Contracting

State shall add all information regarding the completed

insurance period pursuant to the legislation it applies and

shall return it to the competent institution of the first

Contracting State without delay.



Article 6



Medical Examination



1. The competent institution of one of the Contracting States

shall, when requested, submit to the competent institution in

the other Contracting State any medical information and

documentation concerning the incapacity of the claimant.



2. If the institution of a Contracting State requires that a

claimant who is a resident of the other contracting State

shall undergo a medical examination, the institution where

the person resides shall make arrangements for carrying out

This examination according to its rules.



Article 7



Exchange of Statistics



The liaison bodies shall exchange statistics on the number of

certificates issued under Article 4 of this Arrangement and

the duration of these certificates. They shall also exchange

statistics on the number of payments, and the total amount,

made to with in the territory of the other

Contracting State. These statistics shall be furnished

annually in a form to be agreed upon by the competent

the Department.



Article 8



Forms



The competent institution shall agree upon the joint

procedures and forms necessary for the implementation of the

Agreement and the Arrangement.



Article 9



Revision of and Amendment to the Arrangement



1. Each Contracting State may request a revision of or an

amendment to this Arrangement. Such revision or amendment may

be made after mutual consultation and agreement.



2. The competent authorities may notify each other, in

writing, of changes in the names of the competent

institution or liaison bodies without the need to modify the

Arrangement.



Article 10



Entry into Force



This Arrangement shall enter into force on the same date as the

the Agreement and shall be applicable for the same period.



Done at New Dalhi on 26 November 2012, in two originals each

in the Swedish, Hindi and English languages, all texts being

equally authentic. In case of any divergence of

interpretation, the English text shall prevail.



For the competent authority of the Kingdom of Sweden



For the competent authority of the Republic of India



For the competent authority of the Kingdom of Sweden



Ulf Kristersson



For the competent authority of the Republic of India



Vayalar Ravi