If you would like more information on the U.S. Social Security Totalization Program, including details of some existing agreements, you should write: In addition to the above-mentioned agreements, Turkey is a party to the European Convention on Social Security. As a precautionary measure, it should be noted that the derogation is relatively rare and is invoked only in mandatory cases. There are no plans to give workers or employers the freedom to regularly choose coverage that contradicts normal contractual rules. The detached house rule may apply if the U.S. employer transfers a worker to work at a foreign branch or in one of its foreign subsidiaries. However, in order for U.S. coverage to continue when a transferred employee works for a foreign subsidiary, the U.S. employer must have entered into a Section 3121 (l) agreement with the U.S. Treasury Department with respect to the foreign subsidiary.

As a result of the social security agreements, our Turkish citizens have the opportunity to exercise their social security rights as a result of the other country`s legislation and acquired with regard to the insurance sectors in the short and long term. In addition to the insured person himself, family members who live with him in the country of work, family members living in Turkey can benefit from this right. However, if Brazil has an international social security contract with the taxpayer`s country of origin, the rules set out in the treaty may be respected, which may lead to the payment of the social security contribution in a single country or the transformation of the benefits covered by the contract. Withholding tax can be divided into two groups; Taxes on employees` salaries and other withholding taxes. Despite the fact that the agreements aim to allocate social security to the country where the worker is most attached, unusual situations occasionally arise, where strict enforcement of the rules of agreement would result in unusual or unjustified results. For this reason, each agreement contains a provision allowing the authorities of both countries to grant exemptions from the normal rules if both parties agree. An exception could be granted, for example, if the foreign award of a U.S. citizen was unexpectedly extended by a few months beyond the 5-year limit under the self-employed rule. In this case, the worker could benefit from ongoing U.S. coverage for the additional period.

The agreement with Italy is a departure from other US agreements because it does not regulate the people cashed in. As in other agreements, the basic criterion of coverage is the territorial rule. However, the coverage of foreign workers is mainly based on the nationality of the worker. If an employed or self-employed U.S. citizen in Italy would be covered by U.S. Social Security without the agreement, he will remain covered by the U.S. program and exempt from Italian coverage and contributions. Under certain conditions, a worker may be exempt from coverage in a contracting country, even if he or she has not been transferred directly from the United States. For example, when a U.S. company sends an employee from its New York office to work for four years in its Hong Kong office and then re-employs its employee for an additional four years in its London office, the employee may be released from the United Kingdom.