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Am I breaking the law if I don’t have health insurance?

Attention all expats. Save the date. You’re invited.

Am I breaking the law if I don’t have health insurance? Will my visa be cancelled?

These and other important questions answered at a special health insurance regulations presentation and free dinner

Thursday, November 15 and 29, 2018

So much confusion exists and so many rumors abound regarding the new health care insurance requirements for expats. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has asked Cuenca Expats Magazine as a community service to continue hosting Thursday night meetings. Managing Partner Ed Lindquist will share important information gained during interviews with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and leading Ecuadorian immigration attorneys. An official from the ministry will be invited for Q&A.

The event will be held at Mujeres con Éxito, the well-known expat-supported charity, conveniently located in El Centro. Come enjoy one of their famous fried chicken dinners complimentary to those who attend the seminar. A cash bar will be available. Both October meeting were filled to capacity. Seating is limited, so pick your date and make reservations today at events@expatsmags.com. We will send a confirmation by EVITE.

Date: Thursday November 15th or 29th (pick one)
Name:
Number of Guests (including yourself):
Phone Number:
Email address:
Time: 5 PM
Location: Mujeres con Éxito, Baltazara de Calderón 2-26 y Miguel Velez, a few blocks northwest of Parque San Sebastián

P.S. Your attendance will generate a donation to Mujeres con Éxito

Thursday, November 15th or 29th (pick one), at 5 PM, free, Baltazara de Calderón 2-26 y Miguel Velez, a few blocks northwest of Parque San Sebastián, Cuenca.

Maria Malo: sucamalo@live.com