This article answers common questions you may ask yourself regarding access to healthcare in Europe after Brexit.
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What is comprehensive sickness insurance and what will change with Brexit? This article aims to answer most questions you may be asking yourself about this little known requirement to apply for permanence residency in the UK.
What will be the impact of Brexit on social rights such as healthcare? This article tries to answer many of the questions a British expat may have.
Expat Assure launches income protection and life insurance. Find out why this kind of financial protection services is essential for expats.
Early British retirees can no longer access free healthcare when settling in another European country
British retirees abroad: no more access to the S1 Among a series of measures aimed at cutting the costs of the NHS, one of them has been a game changer for British people under pensionable age who settle in another European country.
The British health insurance company Now Health has increased its presence in Asia by launching a new operation in Indonesia.
April International is launching its new International Health Insurance product, Asia Health Plan, which replaces its Asia Expat Cover and Asia Ex+ policies.
This article looks at the potential impact of the insurance premium tax rise on the British health insurance industry.
At Expat Assure we have been working hard over the past months to kick off 2015 with a new website and a rebranding of our logo.
After taking the decision to stop selling its individual private medical insurance through the broker channel, Bupa UK has now overturned its initial decision.
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Visitors staying for more than 6 months in the UK must pay an ‘Immigration Health Surcharge’. Since Brexit, European citizens are also included.