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Overview Federal FLANDERS WALLONIA BRUSSELS GERMAN-SP. COMM. The unemployment benefit is one of the many dimensions of Social Security in Belgium. It aims at giving a specific allowance, replacing lost labour income. Many actors are concerned in Belgium, depending on the location of the individual, and on the intervention required. Belgian workers enjoy excellent protection from unemployment and illness. This framework is achieved...
The Finnish social security system is administered by the Finnish Social Insurance Institution, Kela. When you move to Finland permanently, you will be eligible to receive various benefits from Kela: this is called residence-based social security. In some cases, eligibility to receive Kela benefits is based on employment in Finland, i.e. you do not always have to live permanently in the country to be eligible. Kela card When you apply for...
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