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    • Kahlo
    • By Kahlo 21st Mar 18, 5:52 AM
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    EHIC card 21st Mar 18 at 5:52 AM
    My EHIC card is still in my married name. If my new passport is in my maiden name,Will my EHIC card be valid to use when I'm in Paris in 4 weeks.?
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    • camelot1001
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    Apply for a new one now, I applied for a new one a couple of weeks ago and got one a few days later.
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    Yes it will be valid, you don't need to show a passport to use a EHIC.
    Accept your past without regret, handle your present with confidence and face your future without fear
    • Pattielabelle
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    I will shortly be moving house. Do I need to apply for a new EHIC card under my new address or can I still use my old card which is still well in date?
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    I will shortly be moving house. Do I need to apply for a new EHIC card under my new address or can I still use my old card which is still well in date?I
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    • 16th Apr 18, 5:47 PM
    I will shortly be moving house. Do I need to apply for a new EHIC card under my new address or can I still use my old card which is still well in date?I
    Originally posted by Pattielabelle
    I don't know what sort of EHIC card you have but mine doesn't have any address on it of any kind.

    So if that is the case then the answer is that you can carry on with the existing one.
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