3. A right to benefits of one Contracting Party shall be deemed to be entitled to the corresponding benefit of the other Contracting Party, as long as the claimant has indicated in that application that there is or is affiliation to the social security scheme of that other Party. For Australia, this provision does not apply if the completed Australian benefit application is not received by the competent Australian institution within twelve months of the submission of the Hungarian benefit claim. (6) Section 202(t) (11) of the United States Social Security Act does not apply to an Australian national unless the australian national resides in the United States, Australia or a third country with which the United States has entered into a social security agreement pursuant to Section 233 of the Social Security Act. (a) the data may be transmitted to the competent authorities of the host Member State for the purpose of implementing this Supplementary Agreement and the legislation to which it applies. The receiving organism may only use the data for these purposes. The transmission of such data to other entities of the host Member State or the use of such data in the host Member State for other purposes shall be permitted under the law of the host State, provided that this is for social security purposes, including related legal proceedings. c. a Contracting Party may not seek to recover a social security debt in detention from the person to whom it is due or from another natural person; 2. . . .