Who can receive it?
- Workers work terminate their affiliation with their current SS Scheme and are not included in any other scheme.
- Workers employed by another person and Self-Employed Workers included in the Social Security Scheme, provided that they are still registered, are 65 years of age or older and can prove the years of effective contribution required to be exempt from paying Social Security contributions.
- Workers or persons treated as such in a situation of pluri-employment or pluri-activity who stop one of the activities as a worker employed by another person or self-employed worker.
- Workers or persons treated as such who end their activity as a worker employed by another person or self-employed worker and have contracts with remuneration that gives rise to a Contribution Basis below the average of the twelve months immediately prior to ending the activity.
- Pensioners receiving Total Permanent Disability pension for their usual occupation, who have carried out work after the effective date of the corresponding pension, were included in a Social Security Scheme and find themselves in one of the aforementioned situations.
- Workers who are receiving unemployment benefit and stop receiving this.
- Pensioners who have been declared fit for work or have Partial Permanent Disability.
- Pensioners receiving a pension due to Permanent Disability or Retirement, whose pension has been cancelled by virtue of a final judgement.
- Workers whose affiliation has been terminated by them making a pension application and this application has been rejected.