I suggest that you wait until you approve or reject your AEO application and see in what periods they have concluded that you have lived in Canada. If you refuse your AEO application solely because of your residence in Canada, you can request to review your application under the Canada/India Agreement to see if you qualify through this process. Hello, Doug. Question about the method of calculation of this method. I lived in Canada for 15 years during my OAS eligibility period, then moved to the United States and worked there for another 10 years before moving abroad. I understand that the agreement allows me to obtain AEO payments. But my question is: what do I receive? Hello Azar – The amount of your AEO is based exclusively on the number of years you have lived in Canada, so you would receive a partial pension of 20/40 AEO. Hello Michael – I`m sorry, but my expertise is really limited to CPP and AEO benefits and understanding the impact of these international social security agreements on someone`s merits for the benefits of these two programs. I am happy to hear that my article has helped you become aware of your American advantages. Hello Pierre – If you have lived in Canada for at least 20 years after the age of 18, you are entitled to a partial AEO, wherever you live, even without an agreement. If you have lived in Canada for less than 20 years after the age of 18, you are not entitled to the OAS if you live outside of Canada, unless you qualify for one of the many international agreements. My name is Rolando Cruz, I found your name on the DRpensions website and I would just like to consult my mother`s application for her retirement pension. I sponsored my mother and she emigrated here to Canada in March 2004.

During her 10 years of stay here in Canada, she returned 3 times to the Philippines (2005, 2007 & 2010), she spent more than a year out of these 3 years. If I add everything, she spent about 5.8 years here in Canada and 4.2 years in the Philippines, but she kept Canada as her primary residence. She applied for an oEA pension here in Canada last year (September 2014), we received a response that they forwarded their application to the International Division, and then, after one year, they sent another letter saying that she did not complete her 10-year residency, so they did not grant her the OAS pension When we filed their application, The basis we`ve considered is the fact that she`s both lived here in Canada and the Philippines for the past 10 years. .