When you get your first medical tourism visa, it’s all about the money
With the opening of the Belize Tourism Office in March, Belize became the first country in the Americas to formally legalize medical tourism.
The goal of medical tourism is to help treat patients who are sick or injured in the U.S. without having to travel to Belize or other U.N. member nations.
It has been the source of debate among advocates who say it is a loophole that can create a huge financial burden on the countries of the region and the U,S.
The issue is expected to be on the agenda of the World Health Organization in a meeting this month.
Belize’s medical tourism program was launched in 2015.
Bermuda is the most-visited country in Belize.
Tourism has also been a source of controversy in Belizer, where the tourism industry is thriving and the government has been trying to curb the industry.
The country has seen a surge in tourism, particularly to the U and Canada.
Tourism is now valued at more than $3 billion a year, according to the tourism ministry.
It is estimated that the U of S. spends about $50 million a year on medical tourism in Belizes.
Belize’s new tourism office opened with an announcement from the UBS Group in February, telling the Belizes government to create a new, “more efficient and cost-effective” system for medical tourism applications.
The new system is expected be ready for operation by the end of the year.
The office said it would provide a “provisional” plan for the program in April.
“The system will be based on the current market situation and not a new one,” the office said in a statement.
The government said it was considering a number of ways to improve the process.
It said it planned to “increase the number of medical and travel professionals” in the medical tourism industry and establish “a more streamlined process for medical tourists and visitors to get visas.”
The UBS statement said it is also planning to open a website where visitors could register for medical visas.
In Belize, there are already four companies that specialize in medical tourism services.
The UBS group said it plans to open an office in Belmopan, which has about 20,000 people, in June.
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