TN 11 (09-92)

RS 02001.745 Certificates of Coverage - U.S. Finnish Agreement

A. Policy - General

A worker who is exempt from U.S. or Finnish social security coverage under the agreement must obtain a certificate of coverage from the country where he or she will be covered in order to document the exemption. 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

1. United States Coverage

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

issues the certificates of U.S. coverage.

2. Finnish Coverage

Ministry of Social Affairs and Health
P.O. Box 33
FIN-00023 GOVERNMENT
FINLAND

issues the certificates of Finnish coverage.


To Link to this section - Use this URL:
http://policy.ssa.gov/poms.nsf/lnx/0302001745
RS 02001.745 - Certificates of Coverage - U.S. Finnish Agreement - 06/09/2009
Batch run: 06/09/2009
Rev:06/09/2009