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  1. France Expat Forum for Expats Living in France
    Hi Everyone, My wife and I are US citizens who live in France and are covered under PUMA. We have to take a short (3-4 day) trip back to the US for a funeral on very short notice. We are both 54 and therefore have no healthcare coverage in the US. We are well aware of the financial calamity...
  2. Australia Expat Forum for Expats Living in AU
    As expats / immigrants, most if not all of our relatives are in our country of origin. I was getting travel insurance for my family and I notice that the cover for family emergencies only cover relatives living in Australia. Surely, we would cut our holiday short if any of our immediate...
  3. Guides
    The following article was provided by Cigna Global and in no way represents the opinions of Expatforum.com staff or its community members. Moving abroad can be a stressful process that requires plenty of planning, time and energy. When becoming an expat, you have to take into account many...
  4. Italy Expat Forum for Expats Living in Italy
    We are American citizens with residency in Italy and are going back to Seattle for a month in December. My husband is covered by Medicare but I need a travel health care policy to cover me while I am in the US. Does anyone know of a company that issues this type of policy? So far I have not...
  5. Australia Expat Forum for Expats Living in AU
    Hi, I arrived in Sydney at the end of June. I am heading back to the UK for a couple of weeks in September, and am trying to organise some travel insurance... I am really struggling as can only find sites that cover permanent residents (not me, I'm on a 457 visa), or those who have been in Aus...
  6. Guides
    New expats are being reminded that ordinary travel or holiday insurance will not cover their medical needs during their new life abroad. ‘Most people will probably be surprised to know that there is actually a relevant distinction between travel health insurance and expat health insurance...
  7. Canada Expat Forum for Expats Living in Canada
    I apologise if this has been asked before, I had a search through the forums but haven't found relevant answers that are up-to-date. I am wondering if anyone would be able to provide me with some recommendations for travel insurance. I am an Australian citizen going to Canada on a two-year...
  8. South Africa Expat Forum for Expats Living in SA
    Hi everone, My fiancee and myself are moving to SA for around 3 years to work. We are a bit confused about whether we will need both travel insurance and medical cover, as they seem to cover alot of the same things. Can anyone recommend a way of getting the cover we need without paying for...
  9. USA Expat Forum for Expats Living in the USA
    I am very confused about health insurance and cannot find information anywhere else on the internet. I believe worldnomads is suitable for me, Im an Australian moving to NYC on a greencard. So a policy with nomads will cover me for my stay in America. However I was just wondering about non...
  10. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    Hi. My girlfriend and I have moved to the UK (Manchester) from Australia on Youth Mobility Visas (Tier 5). We've now been here for 6 months and the travel insurance policy we purchased in Australia is about to run out. We want to take out an annual multi-trip travel insurance policy from a UK...
  11. Spain Expat Forum for Expats Living in Spain
    So i am a uk citizen but i have decided to go to Barcelona for around 6 months to be an aupair. I would like to know what documents im going to need like health insurance and so on. Also do i need to get a document to say im living there or is it classed as a long holiday? as much help as...
  12. New Zealand Expat Forum for Expats Living in NZ
    My family and I have finally got our residents visas. I plan to move to Auckland from Glasgow in April or May, with the rest of my family coming once I have secured a job and found suitable accommodation. What I am trying to work out at the moment is what insurance policies I require and where...
  13. Articles: Europe
    Young people looking to spend some time abroad are being warned that their insurance may not give them as much cover as they need as research shows that it varies widely in terms of cover offered and the cost of making a claim. Many young people will be planning to start a gap year in the...
  14. Articles: Europe
    Expats around the world are among the hundreds of thousands of people whose travel plans have been disrupted by the cloud of volcanic ash that is continuing to close airspace in much of Northern Europe. Although airports in some parts of the UK, such as Scotland, are expected to open this...
  15. Articles: Europe
    Expats around the world hoping to fly to and from the UK and northern Europe in the next few days could find there travel plans continue to be affected by the cloud of volcanic ash across the region. The huge plume of ash from a volcanic eruption in Iceland is still hanging over the area...
  16. USA Expat Forum for Expats Living in the USA
    Hi, I'm making a permanent move to Florida next month and I'm in the process of sorting out shipping and insurance. I really really need help/good advice with the following as I'm having difficulty finding useful information. Many thanks for any replies, they are greatly appreciated. - To date...
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