child abuse rape ! is a lesser sin than blackmail ? ? ? that cannot be right, if the police give a r apist / paedophile a caution t hen we are really messed up. being abused messes a person up for life and this bloke probably really did need t he money. i feel sick that a pensioner was excempt from proscectution as paedophiles are monsters and should always be prosectuted.
[quote user="cooperlola"]The E111 has been dead for rather longer than than, I think. IIRC, it was an EHIC when I moved here over five years ago. But I could be wrong. Whatever, the EHIC is not available for non emergency treatment regardless, there are still many caveats, best explained by Will, above. I don't think the man Quillan refers to would be treated any differently now - clearly he was not registered here when he should have been (and he could have paid into the system with no problems.)[/quote]
we need an e 1 1 2 to have exisiting conditions treat in another eu country rather than an e h i c. original poster seems to
want to do as he pleases, just don,t get ill and don,t get caught or you will wish you had not tried to be so clever.
andypandy says that an english chemist and drs suggest that he does this and they have patients doing this very thing ?
i think that they could get into quite a bit of bother if found to be knowingly doing this.
can anyone get the a l d if they are not in the system ?
i do not think what you are planning is a good idea. we all pay, paying does not give us life time rights if we move on to another country.
the pension top up contributions are not full national insurance payments and do not count towards a e106. they are only a small amount compared to full national insurance contributions.
i think that you will have to find private cover.
if they make a mistake though you might get lucky [Www]
some of the bigger companies participate in the xtra health care cover and take your part of the contribution towards it
from the monthly pay. if they do not do this could your husband ask colleagues which company they use. look some
posts up as a 100 percent cover gives poor minimum cover.
doesn't everyone pay fees now for their education at that level. it was the loan that my friend wanted for her daughter, but
they could not have one. they tried to get some help in france but i don't think that they did.
[quote user="hakunamatata"]You were quick ontheway, I have just deleted that bit about son because I thought maybe I shouldnt have said it, but no he has been here longer than us and relies on 10 year old daughter to translate for him![/quote]
i have kids and sometimes they disappoint me in ways i never expect and still they accept all i give to them, cannot help
it when they are in need, i help. but i have often regreted that i have such a generous nature, especially in these hard
talk about half a story here, no wonder your husband is feeling as he does.
i had thought that you were all alone in france, but that son of yours is imo a big part of this problem. he took your
money and now is not doing "the right thing" especially as you sound stuck in france. is n't his french up to helping with
discussing things with the medical people.
all the best to you
if you are employed then the cotisations are far less than a self employed person.
your employer cannot tell you how much income tax you will pay though as there isn't really any PAYE in france. we
make our own tax returns the following year, in spring 2010 for 2009, so nothing to do with the
she could start getting her paperwork done @ 16, best ask at the tribunal d 'instance.
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