New Immigrant Health Insurance Plans

There has been some back and forth regarding new immigrant health insurance plans in the recent weeks. Many of our users have expressed interest in plans that offer 5 years of coverage because it would take them 5 years to get their US citizenship. There are a couple of plans that can offer a full 5 year renewable coverage. Please review the Inbound Immigrant Insurance (a limited benefits plan) and the Bridge Plan Insurance (very similar to the US medicare plans). The Bridge plan is more expensive but it is the closest to the US Medicare plan that is available […]

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Medical Evacuation Insurance Comes In Handy for Cholera Outbreak

Recently, news of a potential cholera outbreak in the Dominican Republic alarmed many tourists. Not only is it scary news for those headed to that country, but it also raises concern about the outbreak of disease in other destinations as well. How would you ensure a safe and affordable evacuation of a country you were staying in? Medical evacuation insurance offers your best solution. The Dominican Republic is an extremely popular spot for vacationers. For U.S. tourists, it is the second most popular Caribbean country. And it is the most popular for European tourists. So if an outbreak were to […]

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What Are My Health Insurance Options While Working Abroad?

“My company has just transferred me overseas. It’s a great opportunity, but what do I do about healthcare?” That is a question recently posed by a man who was promoted to head his company’s office in a major international city. The answer for him, and many other people living overseas temporarily or long term, is international health insurance International health insurance offers high quality medical care at affordable rates. It can be applied to doctor’s visits, hospitalization, prescriptions, and other medical needs. Poilcyholders will enjoy the peace of mind that comes with knowing their plan will be accepted in countries […]

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Holiday Travelers Need U.S. Visitors Medical Insurance

Do you have family in the United States that you want to get in touch with over the holidays? Or perhaps you simply would like to visit the U. S. during its holiday season to experience its holiday cultural traditions. Regardless of your reason for visiting, the U.S. is always a popular destination for international travelers during the months of November and December. If you find yourself among the large group of tourists, be sure you purchase U.S. Visitors medical insurance for your trip. The United States has a privatized health care system, meaning that rather than relying on the […]

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How Can Short Term Health Insurance Help Me?

Are you looking for a cost-effective medical insurance solution that does not require a long-term commitment? Are you seeking a way to provide your family with health coverage while you are in-between jobs? If so, short term health insurance can help you. For people who have lost their job or moved onto a new job that does not immediately make health coverage available to new employees, short term health insurance provides an affordable solution. It is easy to acquire, much less expensive than the COBRA coverage which is made available to departing employees, and offers a good range of medical […]

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Evacuation and Repatriation Insurance Offers Families Great Savings

Though it is unpleasant to think about, it is important that anyone traveling or living abroad give consideration to what they would do in a severe health emergency. You may already have an international health insurance policy in place to cover doctor’s visits, prescriptions, and hospitalization. But what would you do in a life-threatening or even fatal situation? In these instances, evacuation insurance is an extremely valuable asset. There are two kinds of evacuation insurance plans. The first one covers the cost of transporting you to the nearest medical facility. This way, if you’ve been involved in some sort of […]

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Foreign Students Insurance Offers Valuable Protection

For students choosing to study in another country, there are lots of things to prepare for. You’ll need to determine basic things like where you will study, what you will study, and where you will stay. You will need to consider questions like “will I get involved in extracurricular activities” and “how do I assimilate into this new culture.” And you will of course need to make sure all your travel documentation is in order and your school bills are taken care of. But with all these things to consider, one item you must make sure you do not overlook […]

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Visitor Insurance and Celebrating Birthdays Abroad

Paul Caruso had a 70th birthday plan—he was going to visit the United States with some friends, and celebrate it in Sin City. He purchased visitors health insurance through the Immigrant Secure plan and pored over the benefits so many times that he had the benefits by heart. Just a couple of days after his big bash in Las Vegas, he was in an accident and broke a bone. He was, however, already calculating how much he’d have to spend out of his pocket. When he was presented with the bill, though, he thought he was being overcharged. What happened? […]

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Visitor Insurance Cushions the Effect of Nasty Falls

Sometimes life springs nasty surprises, and visitors health insurance might help cushion the ill effects of the surprises. For some, it may already be too late. Even then, visitor health insurance can save the day. Let us consider an imaginary case of Mr. Nadeem, a retired professional. His long-cherished dream was to visit the United States on a holiday. He and his wife went to the United States, covered under a local vanilla insurance policy in their country of origin. Neither he nor his wife, Aisha, had any pre-existing medical conditions. But fate had other plans in store. After a […]

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