Advice 1: How to ask a question to the pension Fund

To ask a question to the specialists of the Russian Pension Fund, you can use a special form of address, posted on the website, write an ordinary letter or a phone call.
How to ask a question to the pension Fund
Instruction
1
Call the Management on work with references of citizens of the Pension Fund of Russia Moscow phone 495-987-89-07 and ask your question specialist. If you have any questions relating to the pension co-financing or obtaining a certificate of mandatory pension insurance (green plastic card), call the toll free number 8-800-505-55-55.
2
Please visit the official website of the Russian Pension Fund to find the contacts of territorial divisions. Note the upper left corner of the home page. There in the orange square is a small menu, the last line in it is entitled "Contacts" - click on it. In the opened page you will see a link in bold "contact phones of territorial departments of the pension Fund for citizens 'appeals". There you will find a list of Federal districts, each of them lists the constituent entities of the Russian Federation. Through links, you can find the right phones for the complaints of citizens.
3
Take the opportunity to ask a question online on the website of the Pension Fund of Russia. To do this, go to the main page and explore the vertical menu in the green rectangle on the left. Click on the last words "to appeal to the FIU". In the opened page click the link "Form for citizens living on the territory of the Russian Federation". In the form, select Federal district in which to live, and fill in all fields marked with an asterisk. Enter last name, first name and surname, your postal address. Write a question that would like to answer, type in a special window, digital security code, and click "Ask." The answer will come to the email address you have specified in the form.
4
Write a letter on paper and send it at the address: 119991, Moscow, street Shabolovka, d. 4. Don't forget to include your contact information so that the response of the Pension Fund was sent to the correct address.

Advice 2: How to find your pension Fund at

In each area of each subject of the Russian Federation (Republic, territory or region) a territorial office of the Pension Fund of Russia. Information about contact phones and address of offices can be found on the website of the FIU.
How to find your pension Fund at
Instruction
1
Go to the official website of the Pension Fund of the Russian Federation. Under the symbols in the upper left menu, you will see a menu, click on the first item "Pension Fund". You will see a submenu, select last line "Branches PFR".
2
Select Federal district in which located your area or country. You will see a list of departments of each subject of the Russian Federation for the relevant district. Click on the desired area.
3
Please note on the left side of the opened page. Menu, located in the orange rectangle click the "secession". Then under the row submenu will appear, you need his fourth point "Contact and schedule management." Click on it.
4
Read the information that appeared in the main part of the page. It lists the branch of the Pension Fund of Russia in the region. Click on your desired area, and you will see the management address, phone numbers, hours and email address.
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Use the interactive map link to which is located in the upper right corner of the home page. On the map, move the cursor to the schematic representation of the regional centers of the Russian Federation, this will popup a window indicating the name of the branch of the RPF, for example, "pension Fund Branch in the Kirov region". Then reproduce the steps described in step 3.
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Find out information about the management of the Pension Fund of your city by telephone to the territorial offices (national, regional or provincial). On the home page click on the last line of the menu "Contacts" in the orange rectangle. Note the bold dark green words "contact phones of territorial departments of the pension Fund for citizens 'appeals", click on the link, select district, and a subject of the Federation.
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