ZAMBIA: New Health Insurance Requirement for All Foreign Nationals

Oct 29, 2019 | Global

Effective Immediately, all foreign nationals entering Zambia, including those entering as visitors, must have health insurance. Those who are unable to provide evidence of health insurance upon arrival must secure health insurance at the port of entry through Zambia’s National Health Insurance Management Authority.

If you have any questions please contact a Wolfsdorf Rosenthal immigration attorney or email Global@Wolfsdorf.com for case specific advise

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