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Your disability or partial disability pension is automatically converted into an old-age pension without a separate application when you reach your old-age pension retirement age.
If you have retired on a disability or partial disability pension on 1 February 2006 or later, your disability pension will convert into an old-age pension already at 63 years of age or at your personal retirement age if it is lower than 63 years.
If you have been in gainful employment during your disability or partial disability pension after 1 January 2005, you have accrued additional pension. You need to apply separately for this pension when your pension converts into an old-age pension. If you continue working, the accrued pension will be added, upon application, to your old-age pension only after you stop working. The old-age pension following a disability or partial disability pension is equal to the full disability pension.