Hello all! I hope somebody could help me to find an answer to the following question. I am PR resident of Canada and currently reside in Quebec. I have my RAMQ card. I know, that if a person spends 183+days outside Quebec in a year, he's not eligible for Health Insurance in that year and has to repay all the medical costs received in that year to the government. Recently I have got a certain health issue that concerns me and I would like to seek a medical consultation, to make sure that there's nothing bad going on. However, my husband is currently in a hiring process of the company based in USA, and if he will be hired, we will be relocating to USA within 2-3 months probably. But this is uncertain for now. Maybe he won't be hired at all. It's like a 50/50 chance right now, but the hiring process is soooo slow...I am not even sure, when he will know for sure. So I have a dilemma, let's say I go to the doctor now and get all necessary consultations and tests done. Everything is covered by RAMQ. And then my husband gets hired and in 2-3 months we are relocating to the United States. That means, that I will become ineligible for Quebec Health Insurance for the current year and will have to repay all the medical costs that I received. I am trying to figure out, what are my options here? My health issue sort of bothers me and I don't want to jeopardize my health in general. But at the same time I don't want to put myself and my family in financial troubles because the situation is uncertain right now. Could anybody give an advice on this? Thank you!