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Covid-19 travel insurance for international travelersWhile travelling in the midst of a coronavirus pandemic, one must ensure that they have the right travel health insurance with proper Covid-19 coverage. At America visitor insurance travelers can get visitors insurance for Covid -19 illness. We offer a range of options for visitors where they can compare using our Visitors insurance for Covid19 comparison tool based on the factors like the travelers age, duration of travel, the maximum coverage required, deductible and the need for pre-existing conditions or for covid coverage. Travelers can narrow down their search further by applying the “filter” option for Covid19 available in the tool. Please know we are here to help you make the best, informed decision to get coverage even for COVID-19! Let us know how we can assist you. Feel free to contact us by email or phone at any time.
International travel insurance for your vacation or travel abroad
Here's a short blog to answer some questions about "home" country and "destination" country issues that come up in customer care fairly regularly. Our plans are for travel away from your home country. They are short term international travel insurance policies meant to cover you only while on your vacation or travel abroad. They are not meant to cover you while you are "home".But what does "home" mean?
Your "home" country is often defined as where you have your true fixed residence where you receive mail. Easy, right? Well, this can be a bit more confusing for someone who has been a student (for example) for 4 years in a different country. Their "home" country is still the country from where they left 4 years ago even though, presumably, they have been getting mail in the country where they are studying. You are still considered a "visitor" regardless of how long you have been in a country unless you are a legal permanent resident. In the US, this means you have a Green Card in hand.
There are many situations which arise and make the idea of "home" country, seemingly a simple question, more complicated. Sometimes a person who is a citizen of India may live and work in the UK and seek to get insurance to go to the US on a short holiday. In that case, the "home" or "residence" country is the UK, the "citizenship" country or "passport" country is India, and the "destination" country is the US. Most companies will ask for each of these countries in their own way. Generally speaking, the "home" or "residence" country cannot be the same as the "destination" country.