TN 1 (06-14)

GN 01739.205 Evidence Required for U.S. Totalization Benefits under the Agreement with Chile

A. Policy for evidence required for U.S. Totalization benefits

When an applicant files for U.S. Totalization benefits under the agreement with Chile, he or she should submit the same evidence required to file a claim for regular (non-totalization) retirement, survivors or disability insurance benefits. In addition, the applicant must submit the evidence noted in GN 01702.200 through GN01702.230 when claiming totalization benefits from the United States.

For actions necessary when an applicant indicates he or she works in Chile on the U.S. application, see GN 01702.125 and GN 01702.130.

B. References

  • GN 01702.200 Totalization Evidence Requirements General

  • GN 01702.205 Special Evidence Requirements for Claims for U.S. Totalization Benefits

  • GN 01702.210 Verification of Eligibility Factors by Foreign Agencies

  • GN 01702.215 Special Evidence Requirements for Claims for Foreign Benefits

  • GN 01702.220 Evidence of Citizenship for Beneficiaries Living Outside the United States

  • GN 01702.225 Evidence of Status as Refugee or Stateless Person

  • GN 01702.230 Evidence of Residence


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GN 01739.205 - Evidence Required for U.S. Totalization Benefits under the Agreement with Chile - 12/12/2014
Batch run: 12/12/2014
Rev:12/12/2014