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Where did INIS say 6 weeks? I thought it was for citizenship only.
If you have lived legally, meeting the conditions to stay in another EU country (In this case, the 28 EU member states + Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway), for a continuous period of 5 years you automatically acquire the right of permanent residence there. This means that you can stay in the country as long as you want.
Your continuity of residence is not affected by:
- temporary absences (less than 6 months per year)
- longer absences for compulsory military service
- one absence of 12 consecutive months, for important reasons such as pregnancy and childbirth, serious illness, work, vocational training or a posting to another country
Can you continue in your own topic please instead of tagging onto other members threads. It is unfair to other users and creates confusion when members respond to someone who has hijacked another topic.mmsa wrote: ↑Wed Jan 01, 2020 7:02 pmRegarding EU3 applications after the 5 years, Apparently if the EU citizen is studying in any part of those 5 years you must have private medical insurance.
I only found this out now, I was studying for the first year out of the five and did not have medical insurance. Anyone know if the EU3 application I am submitting now will be rejected if I do no show evidence of medical insurance?