Articles And Special Features Tagged 'public health'

The UK Golden Investor Visa

The UK "Golden" Investor Visa

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 30 January, 2018

For a variety of reasons, London is not usually to be found gracing the top end of the numerous league tables which attempt to measure the most attractive location for expats in terms of... Read Full Article »

Tags: interest | Students | Europe | Work | Invest | Other | Wealth | individuals | investment | Hong Kong | Switzerland | Iceland | Liechtenstein | Norway | Singapore | services | public health | fees |

 

Brexit FAQ

Brexit FAQ

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 01 July, 2016

From pensions to healthcare and rights to work, the 2m British expats living in the European Union are understandably worried about the consequences of a Brexit, as are the 2.7m European expats residing in the UK... Read Full Article »

Tags: agreements | Pensions | Europe | inflation | Expats | Pensions | retirement | Insurance | pensions | investment | Cyprus | France | Greece | Spain | Switzerland | Portugal | United Kingdom | law | public health | education | social security |

 

UK Investor Visas

UK Investor Visas

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 20 May, 2016

For a variety of reasons, London is not usually to be found gracing the top end of the numerous league tables which attempt to measure the most attractive location for expats in terms of quality of life... Read Full Article »

Tags: Students | Europe | Invest | Other | Wealth | individuals | investment | Hong Kong | Switzerland | Iceland | China | Liechtenstein | Norway | Singapore | United Kingdom | law | public health | fees |

 

The UK Investor Visa

The UK Investor Visa

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 19 January, 2015

For a variety of reasons, the United Kingdom is not usually to be found gracing the top end of the numerous league tables which attempt to measure the most attractive location for expats in terms of quality of life. The weather is bad... Read Full Article »

Tags: interest | corporate governance | Students | Europe | Invest | Other | currency | individuals | investment | Switzerland | Iceland | Russia | China | Liechtenstein | Norway | United Kingdom | law | public health | fees |

 

When things go wrong - Healthcare abroad in the EU.

When things go wrong - Healthcare abroad in the EU.

Contributed by the European Commission, 26 September, 2014

Advice on unplanned treatment abroad

When travelling to another EU country, be it on holiday, for business or to study, should you fall ill or have an accident you have the same rights to healthcare as people insured in that country. In case of an emergency you can contact any of the emergency services using the free of charge European emergency number "112", available throughout the EU. Read Full Article »

Tags: business | Europe | Health Insurance | Insurance | Croatia | Switzerland | Denmark | Iceland | Liechtenstein | Norway | services | public health | insurance | health care | social security |

 

Ready for your holidays? Here's what you need to remember

Ready for your holidays? Here's what you need to remember

Contributed by the European Commission, 23 September, 2014

Documents

Don't forget your ID card or passport – even if you are travelling between countries inside the EU's border-free area, it's still a good idea to carry these documents in case you need to prove your identity for some reason. Read Full Article »

Tags: Europe | currency | Health Insurance | Travel | Insurance | Kosovo | Andorra | San Marino | Finland | Iceland | Ireland | Malta | Montenegro | Liechtenstein | Monaco | Norway | United Kingdom | enforcement | public health | health care | food |

 

UK Curbs On Health Tourism Could Benefit British Expats

UK Curbs On Health Tourism Could Benefit British Expats

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 14 May, 2014

There remains much confusion over exactly who will have to pay the National Health Service’s new migrant levy, what they will have to pay for and how much they will have to pay. However, it seems that for expats originating from the UK... Read Full Article »

Tags: Immigration | Regulations | Europe | Other | Health Insurance | Immigration | expatriates | Insurance | Turkey | Hong Kong | Switzerland | standards | legislation | court | law | services | public health | mining | insurance | tax |

 

Understanding the European Health Insurance Card

Understanding the European Health Insurance Card

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 13 June, 2013

Many travellers and expatriates in the European Union (EU) think that holding the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC for short) will automatically entitle them to free medical treatment should they fall ill or have an accident while visiting another EU country. In many cases this is true. But the "insurance" element provided via the EHIC is limited – especially for expats – and it is crucial to understand just what it does and does not cover. Read Full Article »

Tags: business | Europe | Offshore | expatriates | retirement | Insurance | investment | Spain | Switzerland | Iceland | Liechtenstein | Norway | United Kingdom | law | offshore | European Commission | services | public health | private healthcare | insurance | tax | social security |

 

 




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