Hi. Looking to move to Geneva this year with a 16 year old son from the UK (UK Nationals). Once he hits 18, and if he's not in work / not a student, does he / do I then have to pay full standard health insurances for him? If he has to pay it and is without work but has a Visa to live here as he came with me as part of the family, how does he fund things like this and other living expenses? My research is relatively clear what happens to me if I am in work, and then become unemployed, but that's all based on me having lived in Switzerland for a while and paid into these schemes already. He won't have as he arrived with me as a child. Any advice is most welcome thanks.
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