The average German Pension Refund is €5,410Get yours now
If you're a resident of a non-European Union country and have worked in Germany, you may have paid into a pension fund. Pension Insurance Contributions (Rentenversicherung) in Germany are usually 9.75% of your salary.
Once you have been out of Germany for at least two years, we can apply to get all your pension payments refunded.
To be eligible to claim a German pension refund, you must be a resident of a non-EU country (excluding Turkey, Israel and the former Yugoslavian states) and you must have paid contributions into the German Pension Fund for less than 60 months (5 years).
We can apply for your unclaimed German pension refunds and go back as far as 1994.
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