The agreement helps to avoid double social security contributions for workers. It also uses a simple shipment of services offered by the governments of the countries concerned. The agreement also allows NRIs to aggregate contribution periods. This will help avoid performance losses. The EU cabinet, chaired by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, has authorized the signing of the social security agreement between the Republic of India and the Federal Republic of Brazil. Avoid dual social security contributions for workers (replacement); SSAs offer the benefits of preventing dual social security contributions by workers (replacement); The ease of transfer of services (export capacity); and aggregation of contribution deadlines (in two countries) to avoid loss of benefits (totalization). Currently, about 1,000 Brazilians live in India, while about 4,700 Indians live in Brazil. All seconded/detached and self-employed workers will benefit from this proposal without discrimination. This would promote justice and inclusion.

The export of social security benefits to Indian workers as a result of their relocation from Brazil is an innovative mechanism to ensure that social benefits are not lost and also contributes to the competitiveness of Indian companies by reducing their total costs. The signed agreement is hosted on the ministry`s website and on the website of the Worker`s Provident Organization for stakeholder information, so that they can obtain coverage certificates in order to avoid double social security contributions. The idea of signing social security agreements designed for the June 2016 bric-a-brac meeting of BRICS labour and labour ministers in New Delhi. It was also highlighted at the 8th BRICS Summit. After the summit, India and Brazil began their negotiations and finalized the text of the social security agreement. The agreement also provides disability insurance benefits for Indian nationals working abroad. Brazil has about 4,700 Indians and 1,000 Brazilians in India. The agreement would promote inclusion and justice for Indians living in Brazil and vice versa.

The possibility of concluding social security agreements between the BRICS countries is also mentioned in the Goa declaration of the 8th BRICS Summit of Heads of State and Government. The idea of concluding pacts on social security programmes with the BRICS was discussed at the BRICS labour and labour ministers` meetings on 9 June 2016 in Geneva and 27-28 September 2016 in New Delhi. The agreement also authorizes the export of social benefits for Indian workers after their relocation from Brazil. The idea of concluding pacts on social security programmes with the BRICS was discussed at the bricS labour ministers` meetings in Geneva on 9 June 2016 and 27-28 September 2016 in New Delhi.