International Students Health Insurance, F2 insurance, Health Insurance for F2 Visa Holder

International Students (F1 visa) Health Insurance, their spouses and children (F2 dependents) are required by US Universities to have good medical insurance coverage. International Students (F1 visa) Health Insurance plans cover medical expenses (pre-existing conditions & pregnancy may be covered), prescription drugs expenses, emergency medical evacuation and repatriation.

F2 Visa Insurance, Health Insurance for F2 Visa - Details
An F2 visa may be obtained by an F1 visa holder's spouse and minor children. An F2 visa holder may remain in the US as long as the F1 holder remains in legal status. An F2 visa holder may change his or her status in the US.

 
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Overview

F2 Health Insurance for F2 Dependents - Requirements

The spouse and minor children accompanying an F-1 student are eligible for admission in F-2 status if the student is admitted in F-1 status. The spouse and minor children following-to-join an F-1 student are eligible for admission to the United States in F-2 status if they are able to demonstrate that the F-1 student has been admitted and is, or will be within 30 days, enrolled in a full course of study, or engaged in approved practical training following completion of studies.
 

Benefits

 
  • Emergency Medical Expenses
  • Dental Expenses
  • Prescription Drugs
  • Pregnancy, Maternity Expenses
  • Emergency Medical Evacuation
  • Repatriation of Mortal Remains
  • Emergency Medical Reunion
  • Accidental Death & Dismemberment (AD&D)
  • Flight Accident or Common Carrier Accidental Death & Dismemberment
  • Home Country Coverage
 

Characteristics

  • Features for renewals so that periodic premium payments can be made
  • High coverage amounts up to $5 Million for long term stay in the US (some plans are similar to main-stream plans offered only to US citizens or permanent residents)
  • Various levels of Deductibles and Co-insurance to suit your needs
  • Possibility of covering pre-existing conditions
  • Maternity coverage after a certain period of time
  • Reduced rates for dependent children
  • Most plans can make direct payments to hospitals and doctors
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US citizens studying in American Universities

  • Renewable individual health insurance for college students up to age 63
  • Up to $1 million protection, $100,000 per illness or injury - more than many college-sponsored plans offer
  • Guaranteed acceptance to any eligible college student
  • Freedom to choose your own doctors and hospitals - no network limitations
  • Coverage throughout the year, even if student changes schools
  • Guaranteed renewable as long as it is needed, even when you are no longer a student

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  • Instant coverage with online purchase.
  • No medical exam required.
  • 24 hour, 7 day a week service.
     

International students Insurance(Outside home country)


We have created a friendly online insurance compare/quote facility. Here you have to simply enter the relevant information. Our system will then search all your options from leading insurers and produce a list of plans that you are eligible for. You can then easily compare the different plans based on their price and different offerings. You can then select the one that you like best and purchase it directly online.

United States university insurance requirements


Most universities in the United States insist that all student have medical insurance coverage. In fact some states mandate student insurance as a requirement and no international student in F-1, F-2, J-1 or J-2 non-immigrant status shall be permitted to register or continue enrollment at a university without demonstrating that he or she has adequate medical insurance coverage for illness or accidental injury.