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Trip Insurance

Trip insurance takes the stress out of traveling by protecting your trip investment. Unforeseen events and emergencies can arise at any time, even while you’re on vacation, resulting in non-refundable trip expenses that may cost you. Pre-paid travel expenses such as airfare and hotel accommodations may not be refundable and you wont want to pay for flight or hotel change fees in the case that you have to cancel or interrupt your trip. Trip insurance covers these fees and cancellations, protecting any financial losses that may occur as a result of an unforeseen event.

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Schengen visa Insurance

The Schengen Visa allows international travelers to enter and freely move within the 26 Schengen countries of Europe, including France, Italy, Germany, Spain and Poland. For international travelers who wish visit multiple European countries within in the same trip, having a Schengen visa allows them to do so with ease. You may or may not need a Schengen Visa depending on your country of citizenship.

Those who are planning to travel to Europe with a Schengen visa are required to fulfill the Schengen visa travel insurance requirements. They must have proof of an adequate travel medical insurance policy that covers repatriation for medical reason, emergency medical evacuation, urgent medical attention, and emergency hospital treatment or death. The policy must also cover the entire period of stay or transit in the Schengen area, be valid in all Schengen countries, and have a minimum coverage amount of EUR 30,000. Some embassies also recommend that a $0 deductible is chosen in insurance application. To be on the safer side, it is better to choose a $0 deductible. Please read the Schengen visa application document to know what is required by the particular embassy or country you are visiting.

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Immigrant Insurance

If you are a new immigrant and entering U.S. for the first time or a green card holder but living outside of the United States and visiting the U.S. for a short duration, travel medical insurance can provide you the temporary health coverage you need. There are many options available for medical insurance for new immigrants and green card holders in the USA. We offer many different plans to suit your needs.

Get quotes and compare health insurance policies for new immigrants, green card holders and U.S. permanent residents who do not qualify or are not eligible for U.S. domestic insurance or Medicare.

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International Student Insurance

International Student Insurance is insurance health coverage for students while they are enrolled in a college or university in The United States.

Student health insurance plans offer comprehensive coverage for international students in the U.S. and study-abroad students around the world. International student insurance plans are usually more affordable than the ones provided by the universities in the U.S. and they provide similar coverage.

Students can purchase insurance from two sources; either they can choose to go with the university-sponsored student health plan or they can buy insurance from a private insurance provider. Buying insurance from a private seller can be a good choice as the plans offered by the private providers can be cheaper than student health plans. If you purchase a plan from a private provider, your college or university might also ask for proof of coverage at the time of your enrollment to deduct the health insurance premium from your tuition.

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J1 Visa Insurance

J1 Visa Insurance provides health insurance for J1 visa and J2 visa holders, entering to united states under exchange program, Au-pair, nanny, scholar, researchers. Health insurance plans for J1 visa meets the J1 Visa health insurance requirements set by the Department Of State for health insurance for J visa program.

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