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Social Security Fraud

A European Court of Justice adviser said Thursday that national courts need not honor social security guarantees issued by one member state to cover citizens working in another member state if there is reason to believe the guarantees were issued or used fraudulently.

LUXEMBOURG – A European Court of Justice adviser said Thursday that national courts need not honor social security guarantees issued by one member state to cover citizens working in another member state if there is reason to believe the guarantees were issued or used fraudulently.

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