TN 15 (02-95)

RS 02001.640 Certificates of Coverage - U.S. Dutch Agreement

A. Policy - General

Certificates of coverage are the forms that SSA and the Dutch authorities issue to workers who would otherwise have to pay Social Security taxes to both countries on the same earnings. A certificate of coverage issued by one country serves as proof that the worker named on the certificate is:

  • subject to the laws of the country issuing the certificate and

  • exempt from Social Security coverage and contributions on the same earnings in the other country.

B. Policy - Issuing Agency

The following agencies are responsible for issuing certificates of coverage.

1. U.S. Coverage

SSA's Office of International Programs (OIP)
P.O. Box 17741
Baltimore, Maryland 21235-7741

issues the certificates of U.S. coverage.

2. Dutch Coverage

The Sociale Verzekeringsbank (Social Insurance Bank)

Kantoor Verzekeringen
Van Heuven Goedhartlaan 1
P.O. Box 357
1180 KJ Amstelveen

issues the certificates of Dutch coverage.

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RS 02001.640 - Certificates of Coverage - U.S. Dutch Agreement - 06/09/2009
Batch run: 06/09/2009