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I have read the guidance and wasn't sure which is why I bothered to post it here and clarify if you don't mind explaining me as well? thankszimba88 wrote:Read the guide !!!!!! It is very clear there. I am seriously annoyed that I have to repeat this several times on this forum EVERY SINGLE DAY to people who are not even bothered to read the guide for a visa they are on
CLEARLY YOU DIDN'T UNDERSTAND MY QUESTION! I said I read it and I know it says something about settled worker on page 74 for Norway.zimba88 wrote:No you have not. Page 74 of guide CLEARLY says a national of Norway is considered a settled worker.
Could you please let me know the full form of CSI so I can ask the person if they hold it? Many thanksCasa wrote:An EEA citizen is only considered to be exercising their Treaty rights as a student if they hold CSI
As mentioned by other membersbusinessmanuk wrote:I understand the EEA employee needs to be in the UK for at least five years to be considered as a settle person.
The rules for T1E are different and for your purposes the EEA national does *not* need to be settled in UK ie in the context of settled/PR.businessmanuk wrote:I managed to look further in to this and found the article about CSIC [Comprehensive Sickness Insurance Cover]
& European Health Insurance Card (EHIC).
I understand the EEA employee needs to be in the UK for at least five years to be considered as a settle person.
Now the question is Does the student living in the UK less than 5 years with CSIC [Comprehensive Sickness Insurance Cover] or European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) is considered as a permanent citizen as a settle worker and can we claim points for that person?
Thanks for your help