If you have social security credits in the United States and the Slovak Republic, you may be eligible for benefits from one or both countries. If you meet all the essential requirements under a country`s system, you will benefit regularly from that country. If you do not meet the essential requirements, the agreement allows you to access a benefit: foreigners with a permanent or temporary stay can voluntarily contribute to the social security system and benefit from social benefits if necessary and in accordance with the conditions specified. For the Slovak Republic, the agreement covers old age, pension, survival and disability benefits. If you do not wish to be entitled to benefits, but would like to obtain more information about the agreement, write:If you receive the certificate, keep a copy of your documents and give the original to your employee to take with you to the Slovak Republic. The following tables show whether the social security system of the United States or the Slovak Republic covers your work as a worker. If U.S. Social Security covers your work, you and your employer must pay U.S. Social Security taxes. If the Slovak system covers your work, you and your employer must meet the Slovak contribution requirements.
Employment Coverage Certificate explains how to obtain a form from one country to prove that you are exempt in the other country The term also includes a foreign subsidiary of a U.S. employer if the U.S. employer has an agreement with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) pursuant to Section 3121 (l) of the Internal Code Revenue to pay social security taxes for U.S. citizens and residents who employ the subsidiary. We will only use the information you provide on this form for reasons other than the ones described above. However, we can use it for the management and integrity of social security programs. We may also communicate information to another person or agency depending on the required routine applications, including: This website discusses the strengths of the agreement and explains how to help you during your work and when you are applying for benefits. Although the agreement between the United States and the Slovak Republic allows the Social Security Administration to count your Slovak loans to help you qualify for pension, disability or survival benefits in the United States, the agreement does not cover Medicare benefits.