Many Thanks for all advice, I finally managed to get in touch with the correct people,here below is the e mail that they wrote to me in case any one else needs it for future reference. I sent off the form in December and yesterday I received my pension amount per week, which will begin at the age og 65 years old, so in 2025 :-) I must admit that they were extremely helpful and very very quick, hope my experience helps others who will need to know where to go for the information
Dear Mrs Huet,
Thank you for contacting HMRC Residency.
You can find out more about the European Community Regulations and your social security position on the Department for Work & Pensions website , go to www.dwp.gov.uk/international
You will see from the website how contributions you have paid in more than one European Economic Area (EEA) country can help claim benefits in another EEA country. There is no actual transfer of NICs from one country’s scheme to another.
The website gives information about claiming benefits in another EEA country when you have paid contributions in the United Kingdom (UK). If you claim benefit in another EEA country the social security authorities in that country may ask HM revenue & Customs for a statement of your UK National Insurance record.
The website also provides information on how basic State Pension is worked out if you have paid NICs to more than one EEA country. The actual calculation can only be done when you claim State Pension.
Apart from the terms set out by the EC Regulations you may pay voluntary NICs if you wish to keep up your rights to your UK basic State Pension. You can only do this as long as you are not paying voluntary contributions to another country’s social security scheme.
If you want to be advised annually of the amount due for future tax years please fill in and return form CF83 Application to pay National Insurance contributions abroad found at the back of the leaflet NI38 Social Security abroad available from our website www.hmrc.gov.uk
If you want to pay by monthly direct debit from a UK bank account, please also complete the direct debit mandate.