Daft Doctor Posted January 26, 2013 Share Posted January 26, 2013 Hi, I am close to pulling the last of my few remaining hairs out with RSI and Harmonie Mutuelle (formerly Mutuelle Existence)! We have been in France for 9 months now and my wife has been an AE for 8 months of that. Still no Carte Vitale. Having sent RSI the photocopy of her passport (three times), certified translation of her birth certificate (twice), and certified translation of marriage certificate, they are now asking for a carte de séjour or vignette OF11 and a certified translation of birth certificate (AGAIN!!). My understanding is that as an EU citizen there is no requirement to have either carte de séjour or OF11 (according to the vos-droits.service.fr website it is for non-EU residents), but am I correct?I have never come across such a completely useless and inefficient organisation as RSI, even taking into account that this is France. I wouldn't bet a penny that we'll have the Carte Vitale by the time our first year in france is up, its unbelievable (if you didn't know it's true!) [8-)] Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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