Au Pairs visiting the US on Exchange visas must follow the US Department of State mandate and purchase AuPair Insurance that meets J1 Visa requirements. Nannies and caregivers holding J1 visas can select from several J1 insurance plans in order to keep their visas valid.
AuPair Insurance - Eligibility
J visa holders like Au Pairs, babysitters, and nannies who are non-US citizens entering the US are required to have J visa insurance that meets certain requirements. International Services, Inc. offers good value J
visa insurance for AuPairs and nannies arriving and staying in the US. Our Aupair insurance
plans are well designed to cover sudden medical expenses as a result of unexpected accidents,
ailment, or tragedy while staying in the US. Aupair insurance plans are provided by US insurance companies, and claims are administered
in the US.
Au Pair Insurance - Special Features
Insurance for au pairs can be procured prior to or after the start of travel. These
insurance plans feature direct payments to certain hospitals and doctors within the PPO Network. Our J visa health insurance plans offer coverage of at
least $50,000 per accident or sickness. Many of our insurance plans permit you to choose deductibles ranging from $0 to $2500. Confirmation of coverage is available immediately after purchase. Coverage for dependents (J2 Visa) is available if purchased along with the J1 Visa holder. Purchase Au Pair insurance online, over the phone or by faxing/mailing an application.
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