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Hi everyone! I live in the UK for About 9 months exercising my treaty rights. My husband lives outside the uk. He is now applying for an EEA family permit from outside the UK to visit me. so far he didn't need to submit too many documents when he came to visit as I didn't exercise my treaty rights. That's now changed. My question is:
I have just started a job a month ago (was self sufficient until then) and my employment contract is until February 2018 - will that be okay or do I still need a comprehensive insurance cover?

Other than that I have
- bank statements for the last 6 months stating that I am self sufficient with a monthly income of 2000£ by my Husband (until I started my job)
- pay my own rent and bills and everything else

Am not sure if I need the private health insurance or not. If anyone could advise me that would be really nice! As his appointment for the visa is next week :)

He is not planning to live here but just to visit. The first visa for 6 months was straight forward but now it is a bit more complicated. In August 2017 he applied and we weren't aware of the additional documents (bank statements plus health insurance) so his visa went to Sheffield and was pending there for 4 weeks until he took the application back and got his passport.

I have posted this question in another forum but no reply yet. So I was wondering if anyone has any info - much appreciated!

Thanks!
 
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