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There are several options for taking a Mutuelle plan for a child. I need some inputs to figure out a suitable plan. It is for a three year old.

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In order to take a mutuelle for a child, the child must already be on the sÚcu program (usually the same as one or both parents). If the family pays cotisations through employment, then you'd most likely just add the child to your own mutuelle.
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Thanks for your reply.

Yes, my child is added to my Carte Vitale.

Can you clarify the following point? What is cotisation through employment?

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If the family pays cotisations through employment, then you'd most likely just add the child to your own mutuelle.

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On what basis do you have a carte vitale? Are you working? (And thus having money taken out of your pay to cover the various cotisations - health care, retirement, family allocation, unemployment and whatever else there is.) Many employers include mutuelle coverage as part of their pay scheme.
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I am a PhD student and receive a salary for the same. My institute does not provide Mutuelle as part of the pay scheme. I will enquire and see.

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For mutuelle coverage, then, you should talk to an insurance agent or even to your bank.
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