Patmobile Posted October 21, 2008 Share Posted October 21, 2008 My wife and I have been in the CMU for 5 years. I was working for a French company when we joined, but stopped working for them the following year and have lived on our own resources (private pensions from UK) ever since. Neither of us qualify by age for a UK state pension, although both my wife and I will be entitled to full pensions on reaching qualifying ages of 60 and 65 respectively. My wife will be 60 in July next year, I'll be 65 in 2013. Our Cartes Vitales expire on 31 October so in July we went to our CPAM to arrange for renewal. They have refused to renew the Cartes Vitales on the grounds that we can't produce any "justificatif" of retirement entitlement. Presumably they mean state pension eligibility. After sending us round the houses they now say they want to see an E121. Presumably, we can't get one until July 2009. Meanwhile we won't be covered from October 31.I believe we are entitled to remain in the CMU as we've been in it already for 5 years and our continuity of residence is not in doubt. Any suggestions?Patrick Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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