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3. If a laborer already claimed one's pension and is hired again to a job, does the employer need to contribute pension for the laborer? Can the laborer use natural person identity to apply for labor pension contribution online? And when can the laborer claim one's pension again?

  1. To continue claiming for labor pension, simply completed the Labor Pension Application Form and Receipt and send it to the Bureau of Labor Insurance for processing.
     
  2. Alternatively, visit the Bureau's e-desk service system (https://edesk.bli.gov.tw/na/) and apply online with your natural person identity (reader device required) by clicking on the link to "Application/Labor Pension Application."
     
  3. If you have already claimed your pension and are hired to a job again, you can only continue to claim your pension one year after you last claimed your pension. For example, a laborer has claimed one's pension on January 15, 2014 and continues to work thereafter, the laborer must wait until after January 15, 2015 to continue claiming labor pension.
     
Last Update:2019-08-06
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