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Table 6 Scope of benefit coverage under the four BSSA corridors (as of January 2015)

From: Do bilateral social security agreements deliver on the portability of pensions and health care benefits? A summary policy paper on four migration corridors between EU and non-EU member states

Austria-Turkey Germany-Turkey Belgium-Morocco France-Morocco
• Retirement pension
• Survivor’s pension
• Invalidity benefits
• Health insurance benefits
• Occupational diseases
• Work injuries
• (Family allowancea)
• Retirement pension
• Survivor’s pension
• Invalidity benefits
• Health insurance benefits
• Occupational diseases
• Work injuries
• Family allowancesb
• Retirement pension
• Survivor’s pension
• Invalidity benefits
• Health insurance benefitsc
• Occupational diseases
• Work injuries
• Family allowances
• Unemployment benefits
• Sickness benefits
• Retirement pension
• Survivor’s pension
• Invalidity benefits
• Health insurance benefits
• Occupational diseases
• Work injuries
• Family allowancesd
• Unemployment benefits
• Sickness benefits
  1. Source: Holzmann et al. 2016a, 2016b, 2016c, 2016d
  2. aUnilaterally canceled by Austria in 1996
  3. bUnilaterally covered by Germany and at reduced level for children abroad
  4. cNot yet operational
  5. dLimited to four children if paid abroad