I'm sure this is a much asked / responded to question;- I'm an AE on the RSI scheme and have my Carte Vitale. Asking around there are different views / experiences on how to obtain health care / treatment or a Carte Vitale for my non-working wife (50).
We have lived in France since 2011; are assessed for tax in France, and I make my 'social contributions' through the local URSSAF since setting up in business at the beginning of 2014. This is our permanent, and only, home. We have a modest source of property income generated in the UK on which we pay tax to HMRC.
The local CPAM refused to authorise treatment for my lady's cancer which appeared shortly after we arrived here (much anguish and personal difficulties ensued) - happily now signed-off, but we are effectively "uninsurable" (cost / availability) on the market.
Before we throw ourselves on the mercy of the CPAM once more, are there any regulatory / legal or other protocols we can "arm" ourselves with to make a coherent and effective application for her?
Any thoughts and advice gratefully received.