EU migrants to UK to pay for healthcare

All foreign nationals moving to the UK after the end of a Brexit transition period should pay an Immigration Health Surcharge (IHS) of £625 per year of residency, the Conser­vative Party has said.

At present, foreign nationals who are not EU citizens have to pay an IHS of £400 covering periods before they obtain permanent residency status, called indefinite leave to remain, which typically takes five years.

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