Yin&Yang wrote:We had private health insurance for several years and the costs quoted above reflect what we were each paying. My partner is now 75 and that seems to be the cut off point with insurance companies and he can no longer find insurance.
As Al says, it's not especially complicated but as for documentation I'd suggest you take every bit of paper you think you might need as it could avoid traipsing back and forth. Take your ΑΦΜ tax form and two or three Passport type photos as one will be attached to the IKA book and they might want one to keep on file. Take at least one copy of everything - Passport photo page - etc. - everything.Al wrote:It's not particularly complicated. If you have an S1 form you need to take it, together with your passport and residence permit to your nearest IKA office, which will be busy as usual. They may tell you you'll need more documentation, ....
Kilkis wrote:............... One possible oucome is that you can continue to live in Greece provided you have private medical insurance but another possible outcome is that you can't stay at all. All options are on the table.
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