We want to be your top resource for international insurance; whether it is for international health insurance, international travel insurance, or many of our other great services! See below for a list of some of our most frequently asked questions:
ASA is a Master General Agency. We have been strictly dedicated to the international insurance market since the 1980's. We represent the most reputable insurance companies who have solid financial backing and quality coverage. We believe in the quality of the products we have, in fact our employees and families abroad are insured with the same products we offer to our customers.
ASA, Inc. is strictly focused on international insurance, we do not provide other services. This allows us to put all our efforts and resources into allowing you to enjoy peace of mind around the world. ASA, Inc. was one of the first companies to provide international insurance online opening our website in 1998.
No, ASA Inc. does not charge you a fee for our service. The premiums stated are set forth by each individual insurance company.
Yes, we can provide insurance to someone who is visiting the United States or moving permanently. Please contact us for more details.
Yes, we can provide insurance to groups or companies of any size who are either traveling or working abroad. Please contact us for more details.
With any of the products under the "travel insurance" link you are able to receive a quote, apply for coverage and receive your confirmation of coverage instantly online, there is no need to wait for your documents to be mailed or processed.
Yes, once you have applied and been approved by one of our plans we will be happy to send you the appropriate letter which is specifically designed to meet the requirements of the consultant so you may obtain your Visa.
In most cases a policy purchased to cover you in the United States will not provide any coverage abroad. In some cases it might provide extremely limited coverage. Please check with your insurance provider to determine their coverage outside the United States and be sure to obtain confirmation of this coverage in writing from your insurance provider.