I am afraid I don't have them anymore. I didn't think I was going to need my bank statements for so long.
In order to be classed as self-sufficient I would have to provide proof of funds in bank and evidence of having comprehensive health insurance. Although I did have the funds I cannot prove it as my bank could only issue backdated statements for up to 5 years.
I also no longer have evidence of the comprehensive health insurance I had for my first employment gap. I did not purchase one for the second period when I was in between jobs. I did not think I required one as I was living in UK although I was not employed during that period. As far as I remember I did not go to GP during the two months so it can't be said that I was a burden on the NHS.
Would my au-pair stay class as exercising treaty rights as I was not officially working and I was student only for 7 out of the 11 months?
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