The Court of Justice of the European Union raised the issue of granting a right of access to public health insurance in the country of current residence to unemployed EU citizens who have moved to another Member State.
In Gazeta Prawna Daily, the decision has been discussed by the Professor of the University of Bialystok, Iwona Sierocka, who reviewed the current EU regulations affecting the issues regarding access to healthcare services in particular countries, and she also explained the significance of the latest CJEU decision for unemployed EU citizens exercising their right to free movement. The expert from our Law Firm underlined that the discussed access to public healthcare services will not always be free of charge — individual EU countries may require e.g. the payment of premiums.
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