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Health insurance to meet residency in Spain

Health insurance to meet residency in Spain

Old Jan 13th 2023, 9:32 pm
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Default Re: Health insurance to meet residency in Spain

UK nationals usually access the Spanish national health system in one of these ways:
  • through entitlement to healthcare if they’re employed or self-employed and make social security contributions in Spain
  • registering a UK-issued S1 form with the social security office (see ‘UK-funded healthcare: getting and using an S1 form in Spain’ below)
  • through entitlement to healthcare as a permanent resident if they’ve lived in Spain for 5 years
  • paying directly into the public health insurance scheme (Convenio Especial)
  • using a European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) or Global Health Insurance Card (GHIC) for temporary stays when studying, or as a posted (detached) worker
https://www.gov.uk/guidance/healthca...canary-islands
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