New immigrants to the USA include Green Card holders (US Resident Aliens) who are sponsored by family members who are USA citizens, as well as possible new immigrants such as H1B, H4, L1, L2, H2 visa holders.
US Immigrant Health Insurance plans are long term plans specially designed to meet the health care requirements of new immigrants mentioned above. New immigrants are not immediately eligible for US domestic plans, or for Medicare. These immigrant plans are effective as a bridge option.
The plans cover the insured for medical expenses incurred from sudden sickness or injuries during the period of coverage, preventive care and pre existing conditions.
This coverage is required as new immigrants in the USA are not eligible for Medicare for the first five years till they are eligible for US citizenship.
The coverage is available for periods starting from a few days up to 5 years and they are renewable.
Along with providing insurance plans we also provide you with answers to any questions that you may have on our frequent questions section, as well as through our insurance glossary.
Most importantly, we provide a comparison tool using which you can compare different insurance plans based on the price and benefits to satisfy specific requirements.
Green card parents from India in the US are considered immigrants and are not immediately eligible for domestic health insurance plans. US insurance plans are designed which cover Green Card holders in the US till they are eligible for Medicare. Parents can get this coverage even while abroad after the start of their journey. These plans provide coverage for hospitalization expenses, Emergency medical evacuation, repatriation of mortal remains, reunion etc. The coverage for various risks under the coverage depends on the insurance company chosen.