If you become ill or are involved in an accident, what quality of healthcare would you receive in your expat country? Or worse, what if you can’t work due to a disabling illness? And what if you lose your life? Who would provide for your family? Many expats find out...
The ‘best international health insurance’ for everyone does not exist, as everyone has different needs and expectations. However, the best expat insurance for you is out there: it consists of a tailored insurance, that closely matches your profile and needs. Here is how to find it.
Moratorium and Full Medical Underwriting are two different methods to take out health insurance cover. Which one is better? Read our article to find out.
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What causes these increases and what are the insurance companies doing to try and keep them down?
In sub-Saharan countries (apart from South Africa), it is essential that with your medical insurance you also have a good evacuation or repatriation cover.
Giving birth abroad can be stressful, especially when you are not familiar with the healthcare system in your expatriate country.
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Visitors staying for more than 6 months in the UK must pay an ‘Immigration Health Surcharge’. Since Brexit, European citizens are also included.