Withdrawal Agreement Ehic

"The problem with permanent resident status is that it was set up to prove only the rights of residence in the UK. We still need to understand how this will relate to the provisions of the Withdrawal Agreement. There are people who fall within the scope of the Withdrawal Agreement but are not allowed to apply for the responsibility status of sedens – for example, dual nationals – how will they prove their rights? " asked Monique Hawkins, an activist with the civil rights group the3million. "The agreement we have reached with the EU is that there will be no changes in mutual healthcare, including the EHIC system, until 31 December 2020. We are discussing the future of reciprocal health agreements with the EU," an Interior Ministry official told Europe Street. This triggered Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union, which sets out the procedure for the withdrawal of a Member State from the Union and introduces a two-year countdown to withdrawal. In accordance with the relevant EU rules for EU citizens, there is currently coordination of social security systems between Member States. With the understanding that in the absence of an agreement on the future partnership, the relevant EU legislation will no longer apply to the UK from 1 January 2021, there will no longer be full cross-border protection in the same way. This applies mainly to EU citizens who do not fall under the protection of the Withdrawal Agreement, but under the new UK immigration and settlement rules. The same applies to UK nationals in the EU, unless they are covered by specific EU rules on third-country nationals. The exact details will depend on the outcome of the ongoing negotiations. Private health insurance contracts (alternative health and long-term care insurance as well as State-sponsored supplementary long-term care insurance) are not subject to the above-mentioned coordination of social law. In accordance with the above explanations, there will be no change in this area.

After the end of the transition period – in the absence of an agreement on the future partnership – the regulation of third countries will apply to new life situations in accordance with the insurance conditions of private health insurance/long-term care institutions. The EU and the UK have reached an agreement on the Withdrawal Agreement, with a revised protocol on Ireland and Northern Ireland (removal of the "backstop") and a revised political declaration. On the same day, the European Council (Article 50) approved these texts. Negotiations on the future relationship between the EU and the UK have not yet been concluded and it is not yet clear whether a future agreement will include some form of cooperation in the field of healthcare. The new UK EHIC offers the same authorisations as the current card and can be used immediately. It remains valid as long as the holder "falls under the contract". Under the Withdrawal Agreement, nothing will change during the transition period, which lasts until 31 December 2020 (and can be extended until 2022). European health insurance cards issued in the UK will continue to be valid in the EU and vice versa. .

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