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How can I know if I do or don't have health insurance?

If you are on a Health Insurance program you must receive a description of the program and documentation (a card or passbook) that proves you are registered.  If you are on the National Health Insurance Program you will receive a booklet.  If you do not receive anything from your employer, you are not insured. 

Information on Health Insurance for Foreign Residents, or click on Working&Business, then go to Health Insurance Coverage. 

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