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Old 20.12.2014, 18:18
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Re: Health Insurance - first 3 months...once again

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You can perfectly start your insurance 3 months after your arrival (arrival date is mentioned on your residence card). If you directly go to an insurance company office they use to start the insurance on first day of your arrival. If you get insured through an insurance broker (except those working for Groupe Mutuel) they can start your insurance as your choice after four or even five months after your arrival. I work as insurance broker.
This sounds like your employer (broker) claims openly and explicitly to help bypassing the law. We know how that ended with the banks.

I think yours is a bogus claim and in all likelihood you're a liar. Who's your employer?
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