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  • RE: NHS taxes for VISA holders

    Hi, I can understand these are 2 different things but I'd like to have more details. Let me explain: if I don't have a UK job, the VISA related NHS charge I pay allows me to access national insurance services, right? In the same way, do people who don't need a VISA access the same services by paying NHS tax as monthly deduction? If so, I'm paying twice to access the same services and that seems wrong. If not, can you please explain me how the 2 things are different? Many thanks.
  • NHS taxes for VISA holders

    Hi, when I moved in UK, in order to get my Dependant VISA, I had to pay for the NHS and I'm going to pay again to extend the VISA. I'm currently employed by a UK company and, so, I have monthly NHS deductions from my salary. Am I paying the NHS taxes twice, or those two are separeted and distinguished things? If yes, can you please explain me how? I do appreciate your help. Many thanks,