I previously posted regarding applying for an EHIC. To do so not only increases your centre of life requirement, but is also a sensible move if your non-eu family member does not hold an EHIC issued by another member state (IE: The UK).
[ EU Citizen Name ]
[ Home Address ]
[ Address of Local Health Office ]
APPLICATION FOR AN EHIC
Please find attached my application form for an European Health Insurance Card issued by the Irish Health Services Executive. I am applying for myself [
EU NAME ] as a British Citizen and my non-EEA Family Member [ Non-EEA Name ].
I am [ an employed / a self-employed ] individual within Ireland.
I am aware that I must plan to be resident within Ireland for at least twelve months before I can apply for an Irish EHIC. I attach a number of documents to support this fact.
Along with this application, you will find copies of the following documents:
[ *** DELETE AS APPROPRIATE / ADD EXTRA RELEVANT ITEMS]
Proof of Residence:
*Letter from my landlord
*Letter from PRTB
*Tenancy agreement [ highlight if it exceeds twelve months ]
Proof of employment [ Letter, contract of employment ] *Tax Registration Certificate
*Business name registration certificates
*Bank account statements
*Business bank account statements and letters
[ Signed ]
[ EU Citizen Name]
You can find addresses to Local Health Offices here: Local Health Office Addresses