You mean like in France...where you have 'universal' health care IF you are a French citizen, but don't if you are not? My daughter spent two years living in France, one as a student, one as a worker. She was covered both times--no charge when she saw a French doctor. Her health care experiences were much worse and much more expensive when she had grad student insurance in the US.
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