However, if you are travelling to a country that has a social security agreement with New Zealand, you can request that you be paid either before you leave New Zealand or after you arrive in the contracting country under the agreement. There are some exceptions, because after a few agreements, you must be present in New Zealand when you request to receive your payments in the contracting country. The original provision in Section 2 of the Regulations meets the requirements of Subsection 8(2) of the Act that the provisions do not come into force one day before the date of entry into force of the corresponding Agreement for Australia. `benefit` means, in respect of a Contracting Party, the benefits listed and defined in Article 2 which include, unless otherwise specified, all amounts, increases or supplements to be paid in addition to that benefit or for a person entitled to that amount under that Party`s social security law; New Zealanders who travel to Australia without obtaining a permanent residence visa, i.e. holders of a special category visa, can access certain social security benefits covered by the Social Security Agreement between Australia and New Zealand. For more information about the agreement, see below. New Zealand has bilateral social security agreements with several countries. Each agreement allows New Zealanders to access certain benefits or pensions when they transfer to these countries and to allow people who leave these countries for New Zealand. at the request of one of the parties to an arbitral tribunal.
Applying to the remaining benefit received in accordance with point (b), the calculation of the corresponding rate in accordance with the Australian Social Security Act, on the basis of the amount calculated in accordance with point (a). for the recovery of social security claims under this Agreement. In particular, subsection 8(1) of the Act provides that a list setting out the terms of an agreement between Australia and another country, where the agreement relates to reciprocity in matters of social security or pension insurance, may be included in the act by the provisions. . . .