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What are cookies?

Cookies are small files that can be placed in the browser of your device when you visit a website. On your next visit, the website will be able to read the cookies that have been placed. The information contained in these cookies is necessary, or at least useful, for your visit to, or use of, the website.

Most cookies have an expiration date. 'Session cookies' are automatically deleted when you close your browser. 'Persistent cookies' are programmed to remain on your computer for a number of months. You can remove them manually at any time before they reach their expiration date.

Who are we?

The cookie information in this document was created by the National Social Security Office (NSSO).

If you have a question about our cookies, you can ask it by filling out the contact form available on the NSSO website(New window).

Do you have a complaint related to our cookies? Then please address it to:

What does this cookie policy apply to?

The cookie information in this document applies to the website Overseas Social Security.

What type of cookies do we use and why?

Essential cookies

Our website needs to place a number of technically essential cookies on your device in order to function properly. These cookies are placed automatically when you arrive on the site and cannot be refused.

Name of the cookie Expiration Content Purpose
[a-f0-9]{32} Session end Randomly generated string Links the authenticated person’s request to the session
BIGipServer.* 90 days String of characters Remembers a session on the server, so visitors’ requests are redirected to the right server

Functional cookies

Functional cookies remember the choices you make when you visit our website. If you want to use our website, you must not refuse them. However, we do not place these cookies unless you have confirmed your consent.

Name of the cookie Expiration Content Purpose
cookieBanner 1 month Boolean Remembers the cookies you have accepted

How do you delete cookies?

Do you want to know which cookies have been placed on your device, or do you want to delete them? To do so, adjust your browser settings.

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