Identification Number:
GN 01762 TN BASIC
Intended Audience:See Transmittal Sheet
Originating Office:DCO OCO OEIO DTPS
Title:OEIO, DIO and FSP Processing Under the Agreement with Uruguay
Type:POMS Transmittals
Program:All Programs
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PROGRAM OPERATIONS MANUAL SYSTEM
Part GN – General
Chapter 017 – Totalization Benefits
Subchapter 62 – OEIO, DIO and FSP Processing Under the Agreement with Uruguay
Transmittal No. BASIC, 04/30/2020

Audience

Originating Component

OCO

Effective Date

Upon Receipt

Background

On May 15, 2015, the United States and Uruguay entered into a Social Security Totalization Agreement. The agreement provides limited coordination between the social security systems of both countries to eliminate dual social security coverage and taxation. The agreement helps prevent the loss of benefit protection that can occur when workers divide careers between two countries. The agreement was effective November 1, 2018.

Summary of Changes

GN 01762.005 How the Office of Earnings and International Operations (OEIO), Division of Inte

This section gives the specific instruction for reviewing claims for benefits under the U.S.-Uruguay agreement.

 

GN 01762.010 How to Develop and Process Applications Filed in the Foreign Service Post in San Jose, Costa Rica

This section gives specific processing instructions when claims are filed in the Foreign Benefits Unit (FBU) in San Jose, Costa Rica under the U.S.-Uruguay agreement.

 

GN 01762.012 How the Foreign Service Post in San Jose, Costa Rica Processes and Develops Claims Filed with the Uruguayan Social Insurance Agency

This section is about how the Foreign Benefits Unit (FBU) processes and develops claims for those eligible for U.S. benefits

 

GN 01762.025 Uruguayan Social Insurance Agency (Uruguay Liaison Agency)

This section provides information on the Uruguayan liaison agency and using Totalization Data Collection Program (TDCP) under the Uruguay Totalization Agreement.

 

GN 01762.105 Uruguayan Certified Coverage Record

This section is about the Uruguayan certified coverage record (Form UY-US 2) and exhibit.

 

GN 01762.110 How to Credit Quarters of Coverage Based on the Uruguayan Certified Coverage Record

This section gives instruction on how to assign and credit quarters of coverage from a Uruguay certified coverage record for U.S. benefits.

 

GN 01762.205 Preparing Claims Packages in the Office of Earnings and International Operations

This section is about the procedure in preparing claims packages when filing a claim outside of Uruguay.

 

GN 01762.210 Preparing Claims Packages in the Office of Earnings and International Operations

This section is about the procedure in preparing claims packages when filing in Uruguay.

 

GN 01762.220 Completing the Form SSA 2960 USA/UY3 (U.S. Uruguay Agreement on Social Security

This section is about how to complete claims and related material to the Uruguayan liaison agency.

 

GN 01762.230 Controlling Requests Sent to the Uruguay Social Insurance Agency (Uruguay Liaison Agency)

This section gives instructions on how to prepare a diary for information that the Uruguayan liaison agency has requested.

 

GN 01762.235 Facts about the Uruguayan Social Insurance Agency (Uruguay Liaison Agency) Liaison Form SSA 2960 USA/UY 3 (U.S. Uruguay Agreement on Social Security

This section gives instruction on using Form SSA 2960 (UY/USA 3).

 

GN 01762.305 Life to Death Conversions – Uruguay Agreement

This section is about the conditions that must be met before a survivor can receive benefits.

 

GN 01762.310 Uruguayan Social Insurance Agency (Uruguayan Liaison Agency) Requests for Medical Examinations

This section gives instruction on how to process the requests for medical examinations from the Uruguayan liaison agency.

 

GN 01762.315 Uruguayan Birth Registration Number

This section is about how Uruguay determines birth registration numbers.

 

GN 01762.320 Uruguayan Medical Exam Reimbursement Form

 

GN 01762.325 Social Security Administration (SSA) Medical Exam Reimbursement Form

This section gives instruction about the SSA form used to obtain reimbursement for medical expenses incurred between Uruguay and the U.S.

GN 01762.005 How the Office of Earnings and International Operations (OEIO), Division of International Operations (DIO) Modules Review Claims under the U.S. – Uruguay Totalization Agreement

A. Procedure for reviewing claims under the U.S. - Uruguay Agreement

Follow these steps when reviewing claims under the U.S. - Uruguay Totalization Agreement:

  1. 1. 

    Check the files for a U.S. totalization earnings record that we can send to the Uruguayan liaison agency. If one is not in file, request an ICERS record following the instructions in MSOM ICERS 001.001 and MSOM ICERS 001.004 for inclusion in the claims package to the liaison agency.

  2. 2. 

    Confirm that we included all available medical evidence if the claim is for disability benefits.

  3. 3. 

    When all required material is in file, prepare a claims package for Uruguay according to the guidelines in GN 01762.205 through GN 01762.210 and send the claim package to:

Banco de Prevision Social
Colonia 1881 Piso 2
C.P. 11200
Montevideo, Uruguay

B. References

GN 01762.010 How to Develop and Process Applications Filed in the Federal Benefits Unit in Buenos Aires under the U.S.- Uruguay Totalization Agreement

A. Process for applications filed in the Buenos Aires, Argentina Federal Benefits Unit

The Buenos Aires Federal Benefits Unit (FBU) takes claims from people residing in Uruguay who file for U.S. or Uruguayan totalization benefits. The FBU follows the same general procedures and obtains the same applications and evidence as Social Security Administration (SSA) field offices when processing claims under the agreement. Photocopies of original documents must contain a reference to the number of pages of the original documents and have Uruguay stamps on them to certify that the copies are true and exact copies of the original documents. Copies must be made of all pages of working documents (blank pages included).

B. Procedures for development and routing for U.S. claims filed in Buenos Aires, Argentina

This procedure describes development and routing instructions that apply to U.S. claims filed in Buenos Aires, Argentina under the U.S.-Uruguay agreement.

1. Retirement and Disability claims

The FBU in Buenos Aires contacts the applicant to obtain Form SSA-2490BK (Application for Benefits under a U.S. International Social Security Agreement) and any appropriate U.S. applications. The Buenos Aires FBU forwards Form SSA-e2960 USA-UY 3 and Part I and II of Form SSA-2490 to the liaison agency in Uruguay, to request a coverage record. For retirement and disability claims, complete the appropriate MCS application screens including the TOTALIZATION (TOTL) Screen (see MSOM MCS 009.011) and SSA 2490 screens (MSOM MCS 007.001). The FBU in Buenos Aires will develop for any evidence needed to complete the application process.

2. Survivor claims under the Agreement

For survivor claims, complete the appropriate MCS application screens, the totalization (TOTL) Screen (see MSOM MCS 009.011) and Part 1 of the paper or electronic (eform) application Form SSA 2490 BK.

3. Worker appears not to be insured based on U.S. coverage alone - requesting Uruguayan coverage record

Forward form SSA-e2960 USA-UY 3 to the Uruguayan liaison agency to request the Uruguayan certified coverage record if it appears that the worker is not insured based on U.S. coverage alone.

4. Claim sent to the Division of International Operations (DIO) for processing

Forward the claim to DIO and include a copy of the completed form sent to the Uruguayan liaison agency.

C. Uruguayan Claim

Refer all inquiries received in the FBU in Buenos Aires, Argentina for Uruguayan benefits to the liaison agency. If an applicant contacts the Buenos Aires, Argentina FBU to file for Uruguayan benefits, the FBU will send the following to the liaison agency:

  • Form SSA e2960 USA/UY 3 (U.S.- Uruguay Agreement on Social Security Transmittal/Request/Certification) to certify the filing date for Uruguayan benefits;

  • U.S. coverage record;

  • Supporting evidence for non-disability claims; and

  • Available medical evidence (if the claim is for disability benefits)

For Uruguayan disability claims submitted in the United States, claimants must obtain medical evidence from U.S. health care providers and submit the evidence to the appropriate Uruguayan authorities. If the Uruguayan liaison agency needs a U.S. certified earnings record, entitlement information, or both to process a claim for Uruguayan benefits, it will request the information directly from the Buenos Aires, Argentina FBU using Form SSA 2960 USA/UY 3 (U.S. - Uruguay Agreement on Social Security Transmittal/Request/Certification).

D. References

GN 01762.012 How the Federal Benefits Unit in Buenos Aires, Argentina Processes and Develops Claims Filed with the Uruguayan Liaison Agency

A. Process to file a claim for U.S. benefits

When a person contacts the Uruguayan liaison agency to file a claim for U.S. benefits, the liaison agency sends the following information to the Federal Benefits Unit (FBU) in Buenos Aires, Argentina:

  • Form SSA e2960 USA/UY 3 (U.S. - Uruguay Agreement on Social Security Transmittal/Request/Certification) certifying the filing date for the claim;

  • Uruguayan certified coverage record;

  • Supporting evidence of non-disability claims; and

  • Available medical evidence (if the claim is for disability benefits).

B. Procedure for the FBU to process referrals from the Uruguayan Liaison Agency

This procedure explains how the Buenos Aires, Argentina FBU processes referrals from the Uruguayan liaison agency.

  1. 1. 

    Claimant entitled to U.S. benefits: Forward all material to the Division of International Operations (DIO) annotated “already entitled to U.S. benefits."

  2. 2. 

    Claimant not entitled to U.S. benefits: Process the claim in the exact same manner shown in GN 01762.010B.

C. Reference

MSOM MCS 009.011 TOTALIZATION (TOTL)

GN 01762.025 Uruguayan Liaison Agency

A. Introduction to the Uruguayan Liaison Agency

The Uruguayan liaison agency is the only Uruguayan social insurance agency that we will use to communicate and process the claims workload under the U.S. - Uruguay Totalization Agreement.

B. Procedure for requesting information from the Uruguayan Liaison Agency

Transmit to, or request information from, the Uruguayan liaison agency using the Totalization Data Collection Program (TDCP) Form pre-addressed to:

Banco de Prevision Social
Colonia 1881 Piso 2
C.P. 11200
Montevideo, Uruguay

GN 01762.105 Uruguayan Certified Coverage Record

A. Policy for forwarding certified coverage records

The Uruguayan certified coverage record is Form UY-US 2 (Certificate of Insurance Periods). It is the only acceptable form for the certification of the Uruguayan coverage record. Forward certified coverage records in any other format to the Division of Training and Program Support for approval.

GN 01762.110 How to Credit Quarters of Coverage Based on the Uruguayan Certified Coverage Record

A. Policy – Uruguayan certified coverage record

Use the Uruguayan certified coverage record to assign foreign “F” quarters coverage to the U.S. coverage record.

  • There is no minimum amount of Uruguayan coverage that a worker must earn before the United States can use it.

  • The Social Security Administration (SSA) will credit one quarter of coverage in a calendar year for every three months of coverage certified for that year by the Uruguayan liaison agency.

  • All periods of coverage coded “W” in the “Type of Occupation” column are creditable work-related insurance periods certified by the Uruguayan liaison agency. Do not use insurance periods coded “NW” (non-work related).

  • SSA will not credit months of coverage under Uruguayan laws that fall within a calendar quarter that SSA already credited as a U.S. quarter of coverage.

  • SSA will also not credit more than four quarters of coverage for any calendar year, or consider periods of Uruguayan coverage credited prior to 1937 (the earliest year that U.S. law permits crediting periods of coverage).

B. Procedure to assign Uruguayan coverage

Follow these steps to assign Uruguayan coverage:

  1. 1. 

    If the claimant is filing for disability benefits, credit all possible foreign quarters of coverage to the U.S. record.

  2. 2. 

    If the claimant is filing for retirement or survivor benefits, credit only the number of quarters required for insured status that would result in the earliest possible month of entitlement.

  3. 3. 

    To determine the maximum possible number of foreign quarters of coverage (F), divide the number of months in each insurance period by 3 (the number of months in a calendar quarter). Consider any remainder to be one foreign quarter.

  4. 4. 

    If there is a period of coverage that begins or ends in the same calendar quarter as another period of coverage, determine the number of “F” quarters for each period separately.

  5. 5. 

    Assign foreign quarters as follows:

    • Assign “F” quarters for each creditable period shown on the Uruguayan coverage certification record starting with the calendar quarter in which the period begins and continuing consecutively until all foreign quarters are assigned;

    • Do not assign a foreign quarter in a calendar quarter where a U.S. quarter is already present. When a U.S. quarter is present in the same period as a Uruguayan period, do not give a foreign quarter for that period. Begin assigning foreign quarters again in the next available quarter;

    • For the years after 1977, assign existing U.S. quarters using the flexible crediting provision to permit assigning the maximum number of foreign quarters (RS 00301.230); and

    • Do not skip over a foreign quarter assigned based on another Uruguayan period. If foreign quarters based on separate Uruguayan periods fall with the same calendar quarter, cancel one of the overlapping foreign quarters.

  6. 6. 

    Process the award (assuming all other entitlement factors are met) if the worker meets the minimum insured status requirements for U.S. totalization benefits after assigning Uruguayan coverage.

  7. 7. 

    If the worker does not meet the minimum insured status requirements based on combined coverage and the claim is for disability benefits or for survivor benefits paid based on currently insured status, re-credit the foreign coverage. Follow GN 01762.110B step 5, except assign foreign quarters starting with the last available quarter of each period and continuing backwards consecutively until you have assigned all foreign quarters.

  8. 8. 

    If the worker does not meet the minimum insured status requirements for U.S. totalization benefits after crediting Uruguayan coverage, deny the claim.

C. Reference

RS 00301.230 Assignment of Quarters of Coverage

GN 01762.205 Preparing Claims Packages in the Office of Earnings and International Operations (OEIO), Division of International Operations (DIO) for Claims Filed Outside of Uruguay

A. Procedure – Initial Claims Packages

Prepare initial claims packages to request a Uruguayan certified coverage record and to inform the Uruguayan liaison agency about claims for Uruguayan benefits.

B. Procedure – Claims for U.S. benefits

Prepare Form SSA e2960 USA/UY 3 (U.S. - Uruguay Agreement on Social Security Transmittal/Request/Certification) and forward to the Uruguayan liaison agency if the Uruguayan certified coverage record is not in the claims file.

C. Procedure – Claims for Uruguayan benefits

Prepare a claims package that includes:

  • Form SSA e2960 USA/UY 3 to request a Uruguayan certified coverage record if needed, to certify the filing date for Uruguayan benefits, establish factors of entitlement, and U.S. benefits information;

  • U.S. totalization earnings record;

  • Medical evidence from SSA’s files, if the claim is for disability benefits; and,

  • Evidence submitted for non-disability claim.

GN 01762.210 Preparing Claims Packages in the Office of Earnings and International Operations (OEIO), Division of International Operations (DIO) for Claims Filed in Uruguay

A. Procedure – U.S. claim

Prepare a Form SSA e2960 USA/UY 3 if a Uruguayan certified coverage record is required and the Social Security Administration (SSA) has not already requested one.

B. Procedure – Claims for both U.S. and Uruguayan benefits or Uruguayan benefits only

Prepare a Form SSA e2960 USA/UY 3 to:

  1. 1. 

    Request the Uruguayan certified coverage record and include a copy of the Form SSA e2960 USA/UY 3; and

  2. 2. 

    Send the information or documentation the Uruguayan liaison agency has requested.

GN 01762.220 Completing the Form SSA e2960 USA/UY 3 (U.S. - Uruguay Agreement on Social Security Transmittal/Request/Certification)

A. Process for the SSA 2960 USA/UY 3

The Division of International Operations (DIO) and the Buenos Aires, Argentina Federal Benefits Unit (FBU) complete Form SSA e2960 USA/UY 3 via the Totalization Data Collection Program (TDCP). Use Form SSA e2960 USA/UY 3 to:

  • Transmit claims and related material to the Uruguayan liaison agency;

  • Request information from the Uruguayan liaison agency; and

  • Respond to requests from the Uruguayan liaison agency.

B. Procedure for completing eForm SSA e2960 USA/UY 3

Use the following procedure to complete the items on Form SSA e2960 USA/UY 3:

Item

Explanation

Date of Original field

Date automatically propagates

Date(s) of Follow-ups field

Follow-up date(s) automatically propagates.

To field

Select the appropriate foreign agency.

From field

Office/Office Code and Fax numbers (if provided) automatically propagate based on user’s profile.

1. Information about the claim

Complete the following information about the claim on Form SSA 2960 USA/UY 3:

a. Name of worker

Enter the first and last name(s) of the worker.

b. Name of worker at birth

Enter the name of the worker at his or her birth.

c. Worker’s sex

Check the appropriate sex of the worker.

d. Uruguayan birth registration number

Enter the Uruguayan birth registration number if it appears on the application or on the Uruguayan liaison form. If the applicant did not provide the Uruguayan birth registration number, indicate UNKNOWN in the Remarks field and provide the following information about the claimant.

  • First name;

  • Surname;

  • Date of birth; and

  • Place of birth

e. Worker’s U.S. Social Security Number (SSN)

Enter the worker’s U.S. SSN.

f. Claimant’s name

Enter the claimant’s name.

g. Claimant’s name at birth

Enter the name of the worker at his or her birth.

h. Claimant’s U.S. SSN

Enter claimant’s U.S. SSN if he or she is not the worker entered in item A on the form.

i. Claimant’s address and telephone number

Enter the complete address and telephone number of the claimant.

j. Type of benefits claimed

On initial claims packages, indicate the type of claim for U.S. benefits and Uruguayan benefits, or both, in the appropriate columns.

k. Date Claim Filed

Enter the filing date certified to the Uruguayan liaison agency on all initial claims packages or in response to the Uruguayan liaison agency’s request for the filing date.

l. Certification of data

Complete the certification of data part of the form only when transmitting a claim for Uruguayan benefits in response to the Uruguayan liaison agency’s request for specific information. If the requested information is not available, indicate “unknown.” If our records include the requested information but it is not verified in our records, , enter the information but do not check the “Verified” block.

m. Name and date of birth

Enter the names of all claimants and, in survivor cases, the name of the deceased worker. Enter the date of birth (DOB) for all claimants and for the deceased worker. Check the “Verified” block if SSA used the DOB to award U.S. benefits, or if the master beneficiary record (MBR) has a proof code for the DOB.

n. Worker/Contributor’s date of death

Enter the deceased worker’s date of death in survivor claims. Check the “Verified” block if SSA used the date of death to award U.S. benefits, or if the MBR has a proof code for the date of death.

o. Date of Marriage

Enter the date of marriage if a spouse or widow(er) is claiming benefits. Check the “Verified” block if SSA used the date of marriage to award U.S. benefits or if the MBR has a proof code for the date of the marriage.

p. Date of Divorce

Enter the date of divorce if a divorced spouse or widow(er) is claiming benefits. Check the “Verified” block if SSA used the date of marriage to award U.S. benefits or if the MBR has a proof code for the date of the divorce.

q. Country of birth

Enter the country of birth for the worker. Check the “Verified” block if SSA used the data to award U.S. benefits or if the MBR has a proof code for the country of birth.

r. Worker’s citizenship

Enter the country of citizenship of the worker. Check the “Verified” block if SSA used the data to award U.S. benefits or if the MBR has a proof code for the worker’s citizenship.

2. Proving information to the Uruguayan liaison agency

If you send an initial claims package or respond to an assistance request, check all appropriate blocks to indicate the type of material you sent to the liaison agency.

a. Coverage record

Check this block when including a U.S. earnings record.

b. Uruguayan Applications

Check the block when including Uruguayan applications.

c. Medical Evidence

Check this block when including medical evidence that the claimant submitted or from SSA files.

d. Date of information requested

Indicate the date of the Uruguayan liaison agency's request if responding to a request from the Uruguayan liaison agency.

e. Other

If attaching material not covered by any block shown, briefly explain the attachment on the space provided for “Remarks."

3. Information SSA needs from the liaison agency

If you are requesting information under the Agreement, check “Yes.” If you answer “No," attach a consent statement. Check at least one block to indicate the type of material we are requesting from the liaison agency:

a. Uruguayan coverage record

Check this block to request the Uruguayan certified coverage record.

b. Medical evidence

Check this block to request medical evidence from the Uruguayan liaison agency

c. Status of request date

Check this block to follow up on an earlier request sent to the Uruguayan liaison agency. Show the date of the original request in the space provided.

d. Other

If requesting information not covered by items in GN 01762.220B.4.a. through GN 01762.220B.4.c in this subsection, briefly explain the request in the space provided for “Remarks."

4. Remarks

For “Remarks," follow these guidelines:

Add only necessary remarks and make them clear and concise. Do not use technical jargon or abbreviations. Be sure to enter your name in the signature block.

 

GN 01762.230 Controlling Requests Sent to the Uruguayan Liaison Agency on Form SSA e2960 USA/UY 3 (U.S. - Uruguay Agreement on Social Security Transmittal/Request/Certification)

A. Procedure to prepare a diary

Prepare a diary for information requested from the Uruguayan liaison agency:

  • Diary initial request for 60 days;

  • Diary follow-up requests for 15 days; and

  • Notify your Assistant Module Manager (AMM) or Module Manager (MM) if there is no response after two follow-ups.

GN 01762.235 Facts about the Uruguayan Liaison Form SSA e2960 USA/UY 3 (U.S. - Uruguay Agreement on Social Security Transmittal/Request/Certification)

A. Procedure – When to use Form SSA-e2960 USA/UY 3

The Uruguayan liaison agency uses Form SSA e2960 USA/UY 3 to:

  • Transmit material to the Division of International Operations (DIO) or to the Buenos Aires, Argentina Federal Benefits Unit (FBU);

  • Send information to DIO or to the Buenos Aires, Argentina FBU; and

  • Request information from DIO.

GN 01762.305 Life to Death Conversions – Uruguay Agreement

A. Policy for Life to Death conversions

The Uruguayan liaison agency requires that survivor file an application and meet certain conditions to receive survivor’s benefits when a worker dies. There is no automatic conversion process.

B. Reference

GN 01703.260 How to Process Life to Death Conversions

GN 01762.310 Uruguayan Liaison Agency Requests for Medical Examinations

A. Background – Uruguayan Liaison Agency requests a medical examination

If the Uruguayan liaison agency requests a medical examination for a U.S. resident, the Social Security Administration (SSA) will schedule the examination and send the results to the liaison agency.

B. Process for the Uruguayan Liaison Agency to obtain medical examinations

To secure medical examinations for the Uruguayan liaison agency, use the following process:

1. The Uruguayan Liaison Agency request for medical examinations

The Uruguayan liaison agency requests medical examinations using Form SSA 2960 USA/UY 3 (U.S. - Uruguay Agreement on the Social Security Transmittal/Request/Certification).

2. SSA schedules an examination or forwards pertinent medical evidence

SSA schedules an examination or forwards copies of “pertinent medical evidence” from SSA files to the Uruguayan liaison agency. Pertinent medical evidence is medical evidence that SSA obtained in connection with a continuing disability review or a disability claim filed or adjudicated within a year of the date for which the Uruguayan liaison agency has specifically requested medical evidence. SSA’s files include a paper claims folder and electronic files.

3. SSA requests reimbursement for cost of medical examinations

SSA requests reimbursements for the cost of medical examinations obtained for the Uruguayan liaison agency using form SSA-1278 USA/UY 9 Request for Payments of Reimbursable Expenses under U.S. - Uruguay Agreement on Social Security. Once the form is completed, scan it into electronic file (CFUI) and send a copy to:

Address:

Banco de Prevision Social
Colonia 1881 Piso 2
C.P. 11200
Montevideo, Uruguay

NOTE: 

You can print this form from the SSA Totalization Forms section of the Division of International Operations “Totalization Resource Kit.”

 

 

GN 01762.315 Uruguayan Birth Registration Number

Uruguay assigns an ID card for all citizens born in the country who are over 45 days old. The Identification card includes basic information such as last name, date of birth, place of birth, thumbprint and picture. The Ministry of Interior assigns and issues identification numbers and cards.

The ID number consists of seven numbers followed by an extra digit. The format of the number is X.XXX.XXX-X. Older people may have only a six digit number. There is no significance in the break of numbers.

This number is required for initiating any claim for benefits.

 

GN 01762.320 Uruguayan Medical Exam Reimbursement Form

The Uruguayan liaison agency will use Form SSA-e2960 USA/UY 3 (U.S.A. - Uruguay Agreement on Social Security Transmittal/Request/Certification Form) for reimbursement of medical expenses regarding requests for exams.

GN 01762.325 Social Security Administration (SSA) Medical Exam Reimbursement Form

SSA uses Form SSA 1278 USA/UY 9 (Request for Payments of Reimbursable Expenses under U.S. - Uruguay Agreement on Social Security) for reimbursement of medical expenses regarding requests for exams. The Form SSA 1278 USA/UY 9 (Request for Payments of Reimbursable Expenses under U.S. - Uruguay Agreement on Social Security) is located on the Division of International Operations website. Mail the form to:

Banco de Prevision Social
Colonia 1881 Piso 2
C.P. 11200
Montevideo, Uruguay

GN 01762 TN BASIC - OEIO, DIO and FSP Processing Under the Agreement with Uruguay - 4/30/2020