Meets requirements and is ideal for exchange scholars, trainees, visitors & interns.
Exchange Visitor Insurance
» Doctor’s and Hospital Fees
» Emergency Medical Need or Evacuation up to $10,000
» Prescription Drug Costs
» Accidental Death and Dismemberment
» Repatriation of Mortal Remains up to $7,500
»Deductibles of $500 or less
Exchange Program Insurance – Benefits meet Requirements
Government regulations require exchange students studying in the US to have health insurance. Our exchange visitor insurance plans meet the US government’s specifications and are ideally suited for exchange visitors and their families.
The insurance plan for exchange students visiting USA can be bought prior to or after the start of travel. Our plans feature direct payments to certain hospitals and doctors. Many plans allow you to choose deductibles ranging from $0 onwards.
Finding an exchange visitor insurance plan
Finding exchange program insurance is simple, and efficient. Not only do we offer plans underwritten by insurance companies with high financial ratings, we also compare and contrast all of these plans, their premiums and benefits. This makes it easy to find the right plan for each person. Plans that are offered on this website feature direct claims settlement (or cashless settlement).
The exchange visitor health insurance plans are underwritten by companies with high A.M. ratings; such companies include AIG, Nationwide, and Lloyds. A.M. ratings are provided by A.M. Best, an independent company. The world’s oldest source of insurance company ratings and information, A.M. Best Company is considered the most reliable source for insurance company ratings.
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