Social Security Section 218 Modification Agreement

- April 12, 2021

“B) the first month after letter A (and before September 1954) in which the benefits covered in Section 202 (a) of the Social Security Act [42 U.C. 402(a)] were no longer deducted from this Act [42 U.S.C. 403 (b)] or 1. The Commissioner of Social Security enters into an agreement with that State at the request of a State under this section for the extension of the provisions of Chapter XVIII and Sections 426 and 426-1 of this title to services provided by workers in that state or by a political sub-division of that state, which are described in paragraph 2 above. (5) The term “coverage group” refers to (A) workers in the state other than those who, in the context of their own function, are involved in the provision of services; B) employees of a political sub-direction in a country other than the one that has provided services related to its own function; (C) staff in a state that provides services related to a single proprietary function; or (D) employees of a state political sub-direction who provided services related to a single proprietary function. If, according to the sentence above, a worker is included in more than one coverage group because he or she provides services related to two or more proprietary or non-owner functions, he or she is associated only with such a coverage group. The definition of the coverage category to which this worker is to be associated is determined according to the terms defined in the agreement. People who are employed under Title 32, paragraph 709, and who voted under Section 6 of the National Guard Technicians Act of 1968 to remain covered by a pension plan for workers in a state or community of Puerto Rico are, for the purposes of this chapter, employees of the State or Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and (notwithstanding the provisions of this paragraph) are considered a separate coverage group. For the purposes of this section, persons who are employed as agricultural inspectors pursuant to an agreement under Title 7, paragraph 1624 or Title 7, paragraph 499n, between a state and the U.S. Department of Agriculture to provide services as agricultural inspectors, may be considered, at the state`s choice. , as employees of the state and be considered a separate coverage group (notwithstanding the above provisions of this paragraph).