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Old Jun 24th 2023, 4:10 pm
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Originally Posted by Ronnyone
I was just seeing what might happen if I had to return to uk for a long period and lost my healthcare and then returned
Putting the question onto context often helps
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Old Jun 24th 2023, 4:31 pm
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Originally Posted by Fred James
For Brits with a permanent residency permit issued under the Withdrawal Agreement, the figure is 10 years, but I assume that is now also illegal.
Assume what is illegal?

The WA states 5 years not 10 and is a binding international treaty which cannot be changed without formal renegotiation.
I guess individual EU countries could choose to adopt a term longer than 5 years but not curtail it.

Not sure that the case of an Iranian is a fair comparison to recipients of the WA who form something of a unique group.
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Old Jun 24th 2023, 7:19 pm
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Originally Posted by Notdunroamin
Assume what is illegal?

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Yes, it is 5 years, not 10.

No, it cannot be changed, but the court suggests that there should be no limitations, so the 5 years could not be enforced.
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Old Jun 24th 2023, 8:54 pm
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Having read a handful of very similar news stories about this (here's one), it seems only one article has been declared null and void, the one which says temporary residency is lost after six months outside of Spain, because it isn't specified in any law. It looks like that's 162 2) e) if we're going to get into the details.

So after five years you'd be a permanent resident anyway and the permanent residency rules would apply, not the temporary residency rules.

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