For migrants covered by a mutual agreement, the contributions paid under the agreement to the social security authorities of the United Kingdom and the country of origin are taken into account in determining entitlement to benefits in each country. The agreement contains detailed rules for different types of benefits and information on whether an employee receives benefits from the UK or their home country. Reaffirming the principle that, under the social security schemes of the other Party, nationals of one Contracting Party should enjoy equal treatment with nationals of the Contracting Party (2) where, under this Convention, the insurance authority of one Party has paid benefits in the currency of the other Contracting Party on behalf of the insurance authority of the other Contracting Party, the latter being responsible for the competent authority by returning, in the currency of the first Part, the exact amount of the benefit thus paid. ARTICLE 26. Any claim, notification or claim which should have been lodged with the insurance authority of a Contracting Party, but which is actually submitted to the insurance authority of the other Party, shall be treated as if it had been submitted to the insurance authority of the Contracting Party to the First Convention. In such cases, the insurance authority of the latter Party shall transmit the application, notification or complaint to the insurance authority of the first Contracting Party as soon as possible. 4. A national of a Party who is or has been employed on board a ship or aircraft of a Contracting Party and who, in accordance with paragraph 3 of this Article, remains subject to the legislation of the other Party, shall be treated as if he had or had been employed on board a ship or aircraft for the purposes of entitlement to or payment of benefits under that legislation. of the latter part. You continue to pay social security for the first 52 weeks you are abroad if you work for an employer outside the EEA, Switzerland and bilateral social security agreements and you meet the following 3 conditions: There is a list of countries with which the UK has social security agreements on GOV.UK. You can contact the International Pension Centre for further information about the position when you go to such a country. Desiring to respect this principle and also to take steps to ensure that, in certain cases, benefits under social security schemes are granted to persons in the territory of the other Party; (vi) special insurance schemes for certain categories of workers (d.b. for the staff of undertakings which have a concession for the operation of a public transport or telephone service), B.
for the staff of agencies which have a tax collection contract and for seafarers, in so far as those schemes relate to the risks and benefits covered by the legislation referred to in points (i) to (v) of this subparagraph, Article 10. . . .