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  1. Hello Everyone! Hope all the folks here are healthy and safe! I've been gone from this web board for sometime and out of the loop. Been stateside here in Washington since January of this year self-isolating. Our IMSS Seguro in Jocotepec is due in May and I'm wondering if anyone can tell me if the IMSS office near the Central Viejo in Guad where we go to pay our yearly IMSS premium is open to the public or will be open in May for us to make a payment? If not, how do we make our payments? Thank you for whatever information you can provide. pedro malo
  2. So, we live in Queretaro and have been refused a policy renewal from Seguro Popular at both the General Hospital and the main office in Centro. Only with a naturalization letter they said. At the SP office, I asked if we can get IMSS and they said no - same requirement. Anyone know what's involved in getting a naturalization letter? Also wondering if doing so would affect our Canadian pensions. Thanks in advance.
  3. I'm hearing rumblings of changes at IMSS. To wit, we are no longer covered for things like knee replacements, cataract surgery, and more. Even though my payment sheet (which I got two weeks ago) is stamped "Sin restricciones" or something similar, I'm hearing that we are covered only for emergency. I'm going in for shoulder surgery in a few weeks, so I guess I'll find out, but I'm just wondering...
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