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Title 20Chapter IISubchapter BPart 216


TITLE 20—Employees' Benefits

CHAPTER II—RAILROAD RETIREMENT BOARD

SUBCHAPTER B—REGULATIONS UNDER THE RAILROAD RETIREMENT ACT

PART 216—ELIGIBILITY FOR AN ANNUITY

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§216.1
Introduction.
§216.2
Definitions.
§216.3
Other regulations related to this part.
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Subpart B—CURRENT CONNECTION WITH THE RAILROAD INDUSTRY

§216.11
General.
§216.12
When current connection is required.
§216.13
Regular current connection test.
§216.14
Regular non-railroad employment that will not break a current connection.
§216.15
Special current connection test.
§216.16
What is regular non-railroad employment.
§216.17
What amount of regular non-railroad employment will break a current connection.
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Subpart C—RAILROAD AND LAST NON-RAILROAD EMPLOYMENT

§216.21
General.
§216.22
Work as an employee which affects payment.
§216.23
Work which does not affect eligibility.
§216.24
Relinquishment of rights to return to work.
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Subpart D—EMPLOYEE ANNUITY

§216.30
General.
§216.31
Who is eligible for an age annuity.
§216.32
Who is eligible for a disability annuity.
§216.33
What is required for payment of an age or disability annuity.
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Subpart E—SUPPLEMENTAL ANNUITY

§216.40
General.
§216.41
Who is entitled to a supplemental annuity.
§216.42
How a private railroad pension affects a supplemental annuity.
§216.43
Effect of a supplemental annuity on other benefits.
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Subpart F—SPOUSE AND DIVORCED SPOUSE ANNUITIES

§216.50
General.
§216.51
Who is eligible for a spouse annuity.
§216.52
Who is eligible for an annuity as a divorced spouse.
§216.53
What is required for payment.
§216.54
Who is an employee's wife or husband.
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Subpart G—WIDOW(ER), SURVIVING DIVORCED SPOUSE, AND REMARRIED WIDOW(ER) ANNUITIES

§216.60
General.
§216.61
Who is eligible for an annuity as a widow(er).
§216.62
Who is eligible for an annuity as a surviving divorced spouse.
§216.63
Who is eligible for an annuity as a remarried widow(er).
§216.64
What is required for payment.
§216.65
Who is an employee's widow(er).
§216.66
Who is an employee's surviving divorced spouse.
§216.67
“Child in care.”
§216.68
Disability period for widow(er), surviving divorced spouse, or remarried widow(er).
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Subpart H—CHILD'S ANNUITY

§216.70
General.
§216.71
Who is eligible for a child's annuity.
§216.72
What is required for payment of a child's annuity.
§216.73
Who may be re-entitled to a child's annuity.
§216.74
When a child is a full-time elementary or secondary school student.
§216.75
When a child is a full-time student during a period of non-attendance.
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Subpart I—PARENT'S ANNUITY

§216.80
General.
§216.81
Who is eligible for a parent's annuity.
§216.82
What is required for payment.
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Subpart J—ELIGIBILITY FOR MORE THAN ONE ANNUITY

§216.90
General.
§216.91
Entitlement as an employee and spouse, divorced spouse, or survivor.
§216.92
Entitlement as a spouse or divorced spouse and as a survivor.
§216.93
Entitlement to more than one survivor annuity.
§216.94
Entitlement to more than one divorced spouse annuity.


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