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1st October 2021
Employment & Immigration

AG Hogan: EEA children with permanent residence not required to have comprehensive sickness insurance to retain their right

Advocate General Hogan delivered yesterday his Opinion in Commissioners for Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (Assurance maladie complète) (C‑247/20), advising the Court of Justice to rule that under Article 16 of Citizens’ Directive 2004/38, a child who is a EEA national who has acquired a right of permanent residence under that provision is not required to have comprehensive sickness insurance cover in order to retain his or her right of permanent residence. He also offered a definition on the precise scope of the term ‘comprehensive insurance’ under Article 7(1)(b).

The case originated following proceedings concerning the appellant’s entitlement to reside in the United Kingdom for the periods from 1 May 2006 to 20 August 2006 a

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