It’s not too late to sort out your medical insurance if you live Dubai

6 July 2016

With the deadline for the final phase of Dubai's mandatory health insurance legislation now passed, anyone wishing to live or work in the emirate must have a minimum level of cover in place. For anyone not doing so, there are not only fines to worry about, but the risk of not getting back in the country if you go abroad for that long weekend break.

Whilst the DHA (Dubai Health Authority) announced a six-month grace period last month, during which fines will not be levied, the need for suitable insurance remains - the law dictates a minimum level of cover, giving the insured a maximum claims limit of 150,000AED (£30,000).

If you haven’t sorted out your cover, or are unsure whether your existing arrangements meet minimum DHA requirements, contact our specialist team at info@bellwoodprestbury.com and we’ll help get you protected.

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