Service Provided Conversion of past service time Former members of the Retirement and Survivor’s Pensions Scheme whose memberships in that scheme have been cancelled on or after 01/01/2007
     
 

Conversion of past service time

 
 
Former members of the Retirement and Survivor’s Pensions Scheme whose memberships in that scheme have been cancelled
on or after 01-01-2007
 
     
  Former members of the Retirement and Survivor’s Pensions Scheme whose memberships in that scheme have been cancelled on or after 01/01/2007, but still have pensionable service time therein, may apply for the conversion of their pensionable service time, through the public service departments, upon joining the Provident Fund Scheme.  
     
  Application period  
  Upon joining the Provident Fund Scheme, the applicant can at the same time apply for the conversion of the past pensionable time.  
     
  Application procedure and documents required  
 

The applicant shall submit the written form (Model no.RP-3) provided by the Pension Fund, through the public service department that is responsible for his/her payroll.

 
     
  The form can be obtained from the respective department, or downloaded from the Forms Download.  
     
  Time needed  
  The application for the conversion of the past pensionable service time will be completed within 10 working days counted from the following day after submission of all necessary documents.  
     
  Remarks  
  The past pensionable time can only be converted into contribution time for the Provident Fund Scheme and contribution time for the calculation of the contribution time premium, no transfer value can be converted.  
     
  Relevant laws & regulations  
  Paragraphs 2 & 3 of Article 37 of the Law no. 8/2006 《The Provident Fund Scheme for Workers in the Public Services》.  
     
  Department in charge  
  Division of Contributors Support for the Provident Fund Scheme  
     
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