Which pension insurance is responsible for me?

The German Pension Insurance (DRV) has 16 independent institutions, each of which is responsible for a certain number of insured persons. The easiest way to find out which institution is responsible for you is to read a letter from the DRV. If you are over 27 years old and have been insured with the DRV for at least 5 years, you will receive an annual pension statement from the DRV.
Unfortunately, the DRV does not provide information by telephone for data protection reasons, but you can ask for it in writing. Further information: German Pension Insurance – Find your institution (deutsche-rentenversicherung.de)

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