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Old 02.07.2015, 13:31
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Re: Praemienverbilligung?

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I would apply for the reduction, if that is what is offered. It is only an application and you are signing for information that is correct to your knowledge. The worst thing that can happen is that the application for a reduction for the year in question is declined.
Actually the worst thing that can happen is that you get the reduction but then have to leave the country when your current permit expires.

In (at least) some cantons, health insurance subsidies are considered a form of social aid, and can be grounds not to renew a permit.
Here's a thread on the subject:
Renewal of permit denied - what now?
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