Falkenberger Pension Service , Inc. is located in Chicago and specializes in German, Austrian, Swiss, Dutch and Australian Social Security cases.
A Social Security consulting firm located in Chicago, Illinois, specializing in German, Austrian and Swiss Social Security claims as well as Netherlands and Australia.
The founder and managing director is Mrs. Susanne Mickey. Born and raised in Germany, Mrs. Mickey studied banking as well as German social law. She holds a degree in banking and successfully worked in the German banking industry for more than 10 years. Due to her strong background in the banking field, she is also highly skilled in customer relations, marketing and sales.
After realizing the need for quality Social Security consulting for European immigrants, Falkenberger Pension Service, Inc. opened its doors in 1995. Falkenberger Pension Service, Inc. successfully secured Social Security benefits for hundreds of clients in the United States and Canada. It is a customer service oriented company, with a strong emphasis on consulting and preparation of applications for Social Security for people who have worked in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Netherland and Australia.
Mrs. Mickey conducts seminars on German and Austrian Social Security throughout the United States and has written articles on German Social Security for German Language Newspapers published in the US and Canada.
Falkenberger Pension Service, Inc. is proud to be recommended by the German Consulate General and the Austrian Consulate General.
If you or someone you know might have questions regarding European or Australian Social Security matters, please call for a free consultation.
Falkenberger Pension Service, Inc. offers the following services:
- Clarifying of your European or Australian Social Security accounts if you are too young to draw a pension.
- Applying for your Social Security benefits from Germany, Austria, Switzerland as well as Netherlands and Australia.
- Providing of lost documents, such as birth certificates and death certificates or marriage certificates.
In order to draw a pension from Germany, Austria or Switzerland, you will need to meet the following requirements. Please note that the age requirements are different with every country. We can apply for the following benefits such as:
Germany Austria Switzerland Men retirement age 63 65 64 Women retirement age 60 60 61
Old Age Pension
Germany Austria Switzerland Woman retirement age 65 60 1938 born and older 62, between 1939 - 1941 with 63 Men retirement age 65 65 1942 and younger with 64, 1949 and younger 67
Old Age Pension for the long time insured
Widows or Widower benefits
What kind of documents are needed to apply for your Social Security from Europe or Australia?
Certificate of birth (yours and those of your children born in Europe)
Diplomas from school, university, or apprenticeship letter
Copy of current valid passport or citizenship paper
Death cetificate in case of widow(er) pension
Prove of current income from SSA or U.S. employer
Refugee documents if applicable