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What are the four documents every expat needs?

Find out. Save the Date: Tuesday, March 31 at 5 PM. Free dinner seminar.

In a medical emergency do you have the right documents to give to the hospital? Are you legally married in Ecuador (regardless of your status in your home country)? What if God-forbid something happens to you? Do you have your end of life documents in order? Discover the answers to these and other important questions at a special presentation and free dinner. So, save the date: Tuesday, March 31, 2020.

Hi, I’m Marcos Chiluisa, founder of EcuaAssist. Our company has over 15 years of dedicated assistance to the expat community. We have offices in Cuenca, Quito and the coast. And, we have earned your trust with an A+ rating from the BBB. Over the years we have seen expats struggle in situations because they didn’t have (or even know about) the correct documents needed at a critical time. Every expat owes it to him or herself to be informed and prepared. Why wait? Why risk it? Our presentation and dinner are free, and every attendee walks away knowing about the four documents every expat needs. 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.

Seating is limited, so make your reservations today at events@expatsmags.com. Include your name, number of guests (including yourself), phone number, and Email address.

Reminder: March 31 at 5 PM at Mujeres con Éxito, Baltazara de Calderón 2-26 y Miguel Velez—a few blocks northwest of Parque San Sebastián.

PS. Your attendance will generate a donation to Mujeres con Éxito. March 31 at 5 PM, Baltazara de Calderón 2-26 y Miguel Velez, Cuenca.

March 31 at 5 PM, free Baltazara de Calderón 2-26 y Miguel Velez—a few blocks northwest of Parque San Sebastián., Cuenca.

Paola Hermoza