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Ahv Pension Application

Further to an earlier post, just to let the world in general know, the AHV office in Geneva, to whom one must apply as a foreigner to have AHV pension paid, have finally answered my original application. They do take their time, but thankfully seemingly will respond in their own good time. Dozens of photocopies have to be sent and pages of questionnaire to be filled in; let's hope it's worth it!
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Re: Ahv Pension Application

The waiting time is worth it. This long-waiting attitude of the Swiss
Bureacracy is no different to the time one awaits, in no "gift" is given
as in Asaian Countries.
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Further to an earlier post, just to let the world in general know, the AHV office in Geneva, to whom one must apply as a foreigner to have AHV pension paid, have finally answered my original application. They do take their time, but thankfully seemingly will respond in their own good time. Dozens of photocopies have to be sent and pages of questionnaire to be filled in; let's hope it's worth it!
Why would you get a Swiss AHV pension? Resident in France, you should get a French pension?
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'Cos I used to work in Swizzle - see?
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Re: Ahv Pension Application

As a receipient of AHV Pension with a major share of "EL" Benefit added,
does anyone know if this part (EL) is a Social Allowance as with the
kind paid to Refugees under Asylum Benefits or is this paid from a
Federal Fund and not a Kantonal budgetary Fund?
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