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Expatriate health insurance could be needed by people keen to make a name for themselves in the Middle East.
According to a recent article published by Shelter Offshore, Kuwait could soon have a host of opportunities available for expatriates.
The country's secretary general of the Labor Unions, Abdulrahman Yousef, has said that he is keen to scrap the entire visa sponsorship scheme.
In its place he wants expatriate workers to be able to effectively sponsor themselves, Shelter reported.
However, the site added that discussions are also ongoing regarding citizenship offers for high-level expatriate employees and their families.
These plans are being considered in order to attract the best talent to the country.
However, families might want to look into their health insurance needs before they leave and organise their overseas medical plan before they expatriate.
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