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5. What requirements should be met to qualify for Disability Pension Payments?

For claiming “Disability Pension Payments” and “Disability Basic Guaranteed Pension Payments”, one should hold severe or extremely severe disability manual or proof and the one should be evaluated and diagnosed as “no capability to work” by a hospital or clinic to be eligible for the payment. And the payment could be drawn until the severity of disability has reduced to below the standard, or death or claiming other pension payments and at the month of receiving the payment. The evaluation, however, is not required if the insured person's disability category/grade has met the criteria specified by the "National Pension Insurance Program - Category and Grading Table for the Mentally/Physically Disabled Who Are Considered Incapable of Working and Qualified for the Disability (Guaranteed Basic) Pension under the National Pension Insurance Program".

Last Update:2019-10-17