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    Upon deciding on relocating into some country, there are some major things that need to be ascertained, things that play major factors into one’s life into another country. Aside from thinking much about the life that waits for in the country, health care is also another major concern. Spain is...
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    When you are working or living abroad, or have plans of relocating into another country, it is very important that you protect you and your family’s health and their wellness. It is strongly recommended that you apply for a health insurance before finally moving to South Africa. The medical...
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    Deciding on migrating into another country is quite a very crucial decision. There are a lot of factors that has to be properly attended to, factors that play important roles to your stay in your country of choice. Next to the cost of living, healthcare is the next important thing that needs...
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    One European country that most people think of as a wonderful place to retire is Portugal. The country is actually a great place to stay. But before you finally decide on finally living into another country, there are some things that have to be attended to, and one very important thing is the...
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    Thinking about living permanently in the Philippines? Before you finally make a final decision as to living in the Philippines is right for you, there are a lot of factors that you need to be knowledgeable about, and out of them is the health care in the Philippines. Officially called as the...
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    When it comes to finding a country to relocate, one of the most preferred nations is New Zealand. The nation is known for its very low crime rate, stunning locations, and very high standards of living. These are enough reasons why thousands of would-be expatriates love to stay in New Zealand but...
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    When you are about to consider on moving, one concern that you should properly deal is health care. Fortunately, you can actually find out that generally, health care in Mexico is very impressive, and in most places, very excellent. Mexico, originally known as the United Mexican States is a...
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    Thinking about moving into a country far away from your native homeland? Perhaps that thought has come across your mind for quite some time already. However, you are concerned with a lot of things. From adjustments to health care concerns, every detail has to be carefully scrutinized so that...
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    The health and the welfare system of Japan are important factors to consider before moving into this fast-growing nation. The general health care in Japan is not only provided free for every Japanese citizen but also for foreigners. Below are some essential and helpful facts and details about...
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    For anybody who has plans of migrating in Italy, it is important to know the health care system of this Southern European country. Known to provide very low cost health care services, Italy is home to very good standards of medical assistance. In fact, Italy spent about 9.0% of their GDP for...
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    The overall healthcare system in Hong Kong is one issue that needs to be fully discussed especially for anyone who has plans of living in this Asian region. The health care system in Hong Kong is not a problem since they have hospitals with the highest standards and medical practitioners who are...
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    Greece is officially known as the Hellenic Republic. The Greek population in 2008 is estimated at about 11,262,000 residents. There are relatively few migrants comprising only 6.24% of the total population. The rest of the 94% are all Greeks. Net migration rate runs at only 2.34 immigrants per...
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    France has the largest land area in Europe housing 64,303,482 as of January 2009. This ranked France as the 23rd most populous country in the world. It is responsible for most of the population growth in the European Union.  The estimated birth rate as of 2000 is 12.73 births in every 1,000 of...
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    Healthcare in the former Soviet Bloc countries is at best, inconsistent and comparatively inadequate unlike those in the Western Europe. Eastern Europe has been trying to reform this situation in a number of ways, but are government efforts succeeding? Overview of Healthcare in Eastern Europe...
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    Dubai is one of the seven (7) federal emirates of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). It was created along with the formation of the UAE in 1971. As an emirate, it is governed legally, politically, and economically by the UAE under a federal framework. Its military system is also governed by the...
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    Cyprus is a European Union member country located in the eastern Mediterranean Sea. It was a former British colony, which achieved independence only in 1960. Its population, mostly of Middle East descent, is estimated at only 792,604 as of 2008. Cyprus health system is of good standards. Life...
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    Healthcare in Canada is an important topic for anyone living in or planning to migrate to Canada. The Federal Government, through the taxpayer, subsidizes the health system, though each province is responsible for its own healthcare system. This is known as a single payer system where basic...
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    Australia is a relatively large country with a land area of about 7.6 million square kilometers. Despite the vast land area, Australia has a small population, which is estimated at only 21 million people in 2007. About 89.3% of the population are of European descent and only 2.3% are indigenous...
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    One of the things someone who is soon to become an expatriate or someone who is already an expatriate should give focus to is health insurance. Because of the increasing number of expats every single day, health insurance providers have also increased in number. This is why it might be difficult...
  20. France Expat Forum for Expats Living in France
    Hi folks I have a question about mutuelles. I've just received my SS# so I'm shopping around for top-ups. As you know, there are hordes of mutuelles out there and they're all slightly different from one another. I'm looking for a mutuelle that is good for optical treatment - my eyes are my...
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