I am a UK/Italy dual national, married to an Italian national with two minor daughters (UK/Italy dual nationals - UK schooled). We have been living in London since 2004. My wife never applied for any residence card as it was unnecessary. She has been the main carer for our daughters; after Brexit we fear about her not being able to continue to live in the UK. As a homemaker, she has always been supported by my income, so it is unclear what documents we can produce to prove her residence rights. We hear stories of ILR applications rejected due to lack of private medical insurance. She has been covered by my own private medical insurance as a dependant for most of the last 13 years, but with some recent "holes" due to my changing employment situation.
What shall we do? Can you assist?

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Thank you for your question. It is clear that you have a good understanding of the PR requirements and hopefully we will be able to assist you. Someone will be in touch with you shortly to discuss your situation and the extent of your wife's Comprehensive Sickness Insurance Cover over the five year eligibility period.
Please note, this answer cannot be taken as a legal advice until we have your full instructions. The answer provided above is for information purposes only, if you would like to proceed to full legal advice and consultation with our immigration Solicitors, please let us know your availability for an appointment by contact us on 0207 936 9960 or through our Contact Form.
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Best regards,
OTS Solicitors

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