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Old 01.09.2017, 19:03
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Re: Health insurance if you live in 3 different countries during the year?

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Plenty of people in Switzerland are resident in a town where they don't actually spend the majority of their time. For tax reasons.
Whilst plenty of people have B or C permits yet don't actually live in Switzerland. Some of the permits are bought. For tax reasons.

In this case, it is not a question of being resident in 3 countries. It is a question of living in 3 countries and splitting time between the 3. She could easily elect not to be resident in any of them, or opt to be resident in the one where she would have the most financial benefits and/or lowest tax burden!

In all of the above cases it is entirely impossible to prove how many nights have been spent in each country even if it is a non-EU passport. There are plenty of overland border crossings which are unmanned, or where the passport would not even be asked for, let alone stamped.
Ah, but the passport will be stamped when she enters Schengen and when she exits again.
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