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No you are not. Access to healthcare is based on residency, not citizenship. If you are not resident in Ireland (and not resident in a country with reciprocal agreements, such as the EU, Switzerland and Australia) then you are not entitled to free healthcare. There are some exceptions to this, but none of them appear to apply to you according to the ...


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Immigration officials do not have access to your debt information, they only have access to immigration info provided on visa forms or entry forms or court actions against you (and this later is only for serious offenses, not minor things like parking tickets). As you are on terms with the medical service and making payments, there is no reason for this to ...


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Dentistry in Thailand is good quality. Many of the dentists in the better clinics are trained and certified outside Thailand in countries like the USA, Australia. My dentist in Chiang Mai was trained and board certified in the USA. I don't know of any dentist review sites, but you will find quite a few threads on the subject on thaivisa.com and Trip ...


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Officially Nepal don't ask travelers any immunization to come inside country. But it may differ if you are travelling from the country where yellow fever is present. Reference from Lonelyplanet


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In 2013 Bose released their first in-ear noise-cancelling headphones: the Quietcomfort 20. These are not exactly earbuds since they rely on the StayHear eartip (previously found on the IE2), with an added bud-like piece acting as passive noise seal (image courtesy of BOSE): I have tried them in the London Tube and must say that the noise cancelling is ...


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If you still haven't been yet, and you'll be passing through Bangkok I have had positive experiences working with Bangkok International Dental Center (professionally). They have lots of international accreditations (JCI, ISO) and also work with Straumann (really good Swiss dental implants) which is another testament to their high standards. Prices are very ...


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First off, do you have a diagnosis from your doctor, with a letter stating this? It could be useful, and I'll get to that. If you have time before the flight to get a letter, and potentially a prescription, the doctor may have some suggestions or medicine to help you cope with the flight - something to relax you. Get to the airport early, giving yourself ...


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Swetha has had her baby by now, but the question came up in the sidebar.... An important thing to consider when buying medical insurance is it usually covers the insured, and only the insured. Swetha was 5 weeks pregnant back in March, if she miscarries while on holiday her treatment will be covered by her insurance. If you are >7 months and go into labor ...



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