What is the Ministry of Inclusion, Social Security and Migration?
The Ministry of Inclusion, Social Security and Migration is the department responsible for proposing and implementing Government policies on Social Security and civil servant pensions, as well as developing and implementing Government policies on foreign citizens, immigration and emigration, and inclusion policies.
What are its powers?
To carry out the duties that are legally assigned to the department, its head has an office for immediate assistance that has the level of Directorate General and the following high-ranking, managerial bodies: State Secretariat for Social Security and Pensions, State Secretariat for Migration, General Secretariat for Inclusion and Social Welfare Objectives and Policies, and the Sub-Secretariat for Inclusion, Social Security and Migration.
The Management Departments, Departments in the Autonomous Communities, Managing Bodies and Common Services of the Social Security also come under the auspices of or depend on the State Secretariat for Social Security and Pensions or the corresponding General Secretaries.