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The Liaison Student international health plan covers anyone under the age of 65 who is studying, teaching, or doing educational research outside their country of residence. Generally, your primary medical insurance in your home country will not cover you, and often will not provide important services, including essential ones, while you are abroad. Liaison Student meets or exceeds the United States government student visa requirements, including J-1 Visa.
Liaison Student takes the risk out of studying abroad by offering comprehensive medical coverage and 24-hour multilingual assistance. From arranging emergency medical evacuations, helping you locate an embassy, or providing you with medical and travel advisories, Liaison Student is there to help.
Liaison Student offers you the freedom to choose where you receive healthcare. You can also utilize their network, which covers almost every specialty in more than 150 countries. For those traveling to the United States, access is provided to the UnitedHealthcare Global Network. The UnitedHealthcare Global Network covers all 50 states and includes more than 900,000 healthcare professionals. The providers bill the insurance company directly, eliminating the need to file a claim and wait for a reimbursement.
Liaison Student is reinsured by Lloyd's of London, one of the world's oldest and largest reinsurers. Lloyd's of London has an A+ (Positive) rating by Standard and Poor's and A (Excellent) by A.M. Best.