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7. I participated in Labor Insurance after the implementation of Labor Insurance Pension on January 1 of 2009, Could I also claim for one-time old-age benefits?

No. If you participate in Labor Insurance after the implementation of Labor Insurance Pension, you could only claim “Old–Age Pension” if you have more than 15 years of insurance coverage seniority; if your insurance coverage seniority is less than 15 years, you could only claim “Lump-sum old-age Benefits”.

Last Update:2019-10-17
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