Stavros wrote:That is a great find dear Carol!
My only concern with this (and apologies if I sound pessimistic...) is that it was introduced in 2016 by the current ''left -ish'' Government, in line with its humanitarian approach to support people hit but the Greek crisis. As we will have elections this year, most probably in May, this can be withdrawn or modified from then on.
I am not trying to be political here but looking at the official numbers this Government states that we are now out of the crisis (which is far from the truth) so such initiatives might be withdrawn.
ros21m wrote:My understanding of this, is that they have NOT retracted the rights from people regarding AMKA, they have just rescinded the simpification process for acquiring an AMKA number from non EU citizens, illegal immigrants & refugees to what it was 1 month ago.
I am NOT saying I agree, but it's not as bad as it sounds. They are NOT saying they are going to withdraw AMKA numbers that have already been issued!.
Kilkis wrote:It's always reassuring to know that governments everywhere can decide what they are not going to do in nano seconds but deciding what they are going to do takes aeons.
Yorgo wrote:While perusing chats on here I found this interesting re Healthcare cover. The new government has stopped all applications for AMKA with immediate effect.
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