Insurance for US Green Card holders

How to qualify for green card? Benefits for Green Card Holders
New Green Card holders in the US are not immediately eligible for Medicare. During the interim period, till they are eligible for domestic coverage, it is advisable that they purchase medical cover for is available for Green Card holders. The plans offered on our website satisfy this requirements and some plans can even be renewed up to 5 years. There can however be some limitations under these plans such as limited coverage for pre-existing conditions and preventive care. Complete the form below to compare plans and quotes from several insurers to understand coverage details.
1. Immigrant's age
2. No. of dependent under 18
3. Coverage limit
4. Deductible amount
5. Immigrant's country of citizenship
6. Countries where coverage is required
ALL nations including USA ALL nations excluding USA
6. Mailing address & permanent address
7. How long has the traveler been in USA?
8. Select your coverage preference
Do not need coverage for Pre-existing conditions
Need Coverage for Pre-existing conditions without waiting period
Need Coverage for Pre-existing conditions with waiting period

US Green Card

The US Green Card, also known as Permanent Resident Card is one of the most important document for immigrants in America. This document was formerly known as the Alien Registration Card.
An immigrant is authorized to live and work in America on a permanent basis with a Green Card permit.
The Green Permit is a process of becoming a permanent resident of United States and a proof of lawful permanent resident (LPR). The Green Card Holders will be officially granted rights to utilize immigration benefits in America.

pre-existing coverage

Who is eligible to get Green Card in the US?

You will be eligible to seek Green Card in the US if you fall under one of these categories.