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What are the 4 documents every expat needs?

What are the 4 documents every expat needs (but most don’t know about)?

Find out with EcuaAssist Virtual Seminar.

Save the Date: Tuesday, September 22nd 4pm. Free gift to all attendees, 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.

Hi, I’m Marcos Chiluisa, founder of the bilingual law firm, EcuaAssist. Our company has over 15 years of dedicated assistance to the expat community. We have offices throughout Ecuador including in Cuenca, Quito, Salinas, Manta and Bahia de Caraquez. We have earned the trust of the community 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 to be prepared for a new life in Ecuador.

Every expat owes it to them self to be informed and prepared. Why wait? Why risk it? Our short presentation is complimentary, and every attendee walks away knowing about the 4 documents every expat needs.

In addition, each attendee will receive free enrollment in our Emergency Card Service, (a $12 value), as well as special discounts on documents which we provide for you in the future. The Emergency Card is wallet-sized, and contains all of your important health and emergency contact information so that it can be easily carried in your wallet or your purse. Additionally, you will receive a bracelet to alert first responders to look for your Emergency Card, so that you can be assured of conveying timely information in your time of need.

We are concerned about your safety. Our seminar will be online. It’s simple to sign up and attend from the safety of your home. Just go to:

September 22nd, from 4 PM, Manicentro Office #22, Manta.

Romina Cuvi: 095 977 4377. Call after: 10 AM.