Issue 64 - 24th November, 2011


New Social Security agreement between India and The Netherlands enters into effect on 1st December 2011
ccording to the new social security agreement an Indian employee working temporarily in the Netherlands will exclusively be subject to Indian social security legislation for a maximum period of 60 months, and will no longer be insured under the Dutch schemes. To show that they are insured in India, they will need a secondment certificate with which their employing Indian company in the Netherlands will no longer have to deduct and pay Dutch social insurance contributions for such employees.
A seminar was held by the SVB’s head office in Amstelveen, Holland on 22 Nov 2011 to disseminate further information about the agreement. For further questions, please visit


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