Did you know that living abroad allows Expats to opt out of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) Plans (Obamacare)? Are you still paying outrageous US health insurance premiums for coverage that might not even reach to where you are living abroad? We speak weekly to people paying thousands of US dollars a month for their ACA plans with deductibles as high as $6,000 or $7,000. When we ask why, a lot of the answers are, “We thought we had to” or, “We want the option to have care in the US”. Regardless of your political view of what is happening with Obamacare in the US, as of now it is still the law of the land and affects you.
Flying to and from San Miguel de Allende can be a pain because it does not have its own airport. Most people fly into León or Querétaro via a connection in Dallas, Houston, or Los Angeles. Tickets can cost a small fortune seeing as how the airports are not large and have they limited destinations. [...]
Three Reasons to Consider Medical Tourism | Three Reasons People Travel for Surgery Three Reasons to Get Your Next Surgery in a Foreign Country Surgery isn’t usually the first thing that comes to mind when you think “vacation”, but it soon could be. It’s estimated that as many as 1.5 million Americans travel abroad each [...]
There are millions of American expats abroad, many of them are relishing the travels and adventures. However, one can never be too careful. Find out why thousands of expats are researching medical tourism. If you have wondered if medical tourism insurance was right for your particular needs, this article can help. What is Medical Tourism? [...]
Top Ten Reasons to not have Travel Insurance or International Health Insurance. “I never get sick or injured.” The fact is that most of the medical claims in our firm are orthopedic based. We deal with a lot of broken hips, femurs, ankles, backs, knees, and unexpected surgeries. Our biggest claim this year was for [...]
This article concerns the American government. (This is not an article concerning the Mexican government and the legal registration of that vehicle in Mexico. For answers to how to import your car to Mexico, click here.) When you move south of the border, and you decide to keep your American car in Mexico, after some [...]