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What’s the difference? Travel vs. Health

Travel insurance is designed for short-term stays outside your country of residence for less than 12 months. International health insurance is a major medical plan designed to provide more coverage for longer stays abroad that are 1 year or longer. This includes coverage for pre-existing conditions, chronic conditions, preventive care, maternity and renewable coverage, which is not offered through a travel plan. Both types of plans provide coverage for traveling and moving/living abroad.

If your travels are more complex (multiple destinations, varying durations, numerous return trips to/from country of residence), contact us for a free consultation to help you find the right plan.

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