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I have just got settled status in the UK. I am self sufficient and have for two years (since I found out I need it) comprehensive sickness insurance. In fact I am in this country since 2011. As I understand, I don't need te insurance anymore, or am I mistaken? Is there any reason that I should keep it? Many thanks for help and advice.
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Provided the HO and government don't move the goalpost halfway through the game, like they have always done, you don't need any additional insurance.
Bear in mind that, at the moment, your settled status is only linked to your passport and not your NINO yet (it should be after the 29 March). In other terms, the other branches of the public administration know nothing about your new status.