Signing up for Part B outside the U.S.

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You’re over 65, currently getting Social Security retirement benefits and Part A, and you didn’t take Part B when you were first eligible. You may only apply for Part B from January 1–March 31 each year. And, you may have to pay a late enrollment penalty for as long as you have Part B.  
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Signing up for Part A & Part B

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