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I'm starting to think about getting around to informing myself about this question, as I would like to have my early working years in New Zealand credited to my French retirement (in case I should wish to stop working before age 68).

What I hear is that it's quite feasible, as long as I can dream up some pay slips or something. It's a matter of bilateral agreements. Is France unusually good in this respect? Why would the Scandies, in particular, be so lousy on this question?

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by eurogreen on Fri Oct 22nd, 2010 at 07:01:03 AM EST
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