WeExpats

WeExpats

WeExpats is a worldwide health insurance agency that help insure expats living abroad. Whether you are moving Mexico, Thailand, Singapore, or Africa, we are able to cover you in over 190+ countries worldwide. Our company works with hand picked, top insurance carriers worldwide. Only after careful research and due diligence, will we offer a product to our clients. Insurance products can be complicated and overwhelming. Let WeExpats find and tailor an insurance solution for you that will fit your budget and insure your adventure. Policies can be issued to age 85.

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If you are looking for products that only work in specific countries, or you are not traveling outside of your home country, WeExpats products are not for you. We can however link you with a local licensed insurance agency in your region to help you so please don't be afraid to contact us!

We are a remote company that is incorporated in the United States but most of our workers are expats scattered around the world. All of WeExpats insurance products are US operated insurance products, meaning all sales and claims will be handled by a trusted company, in the United States.

We do have local bilingual claims managers for key regions to help you with claims. We understand the importance of having someone understand the local medical systems of each country and we are here to help you get your claims approved.

WeExpats policies:

  • Worldwide - Policies that cover practically every country
  • Trusted - Companies with Proven Track Records
  • Low Cost - Best value for your money
  • Cost a fraction of a US health care plan
  • Permanent worldwide coverage in 190+ countries
  • Optional United States coverage
  • Use any certified doctor or facility
  • Direct payment to hospital or facility for major care
  • With proper tax planning, you can be exempt from being required to carry US plans

A Long Term medical policy is fully underwritten and requires you to be out of your resident country for more than 6 months of the year. It is major medical coverage that will pay for illnesses, medication, and accidents. WeExpats plan is a long term solution that is guaranteed to be renewed for life. Policies can be issued to age 75 and kept until you decide to drop the plan. Coverage can be obtained to cover you practically anywhere in the world and there is capability to also obtain optional US coverage.

For an individual under 65 the application is simple and involves a review of your health history, individuals over 65 requires a health exam. Plans are typically between $100-$400 a month for full coverage, based solely on your age. Click the link below to get a free quote and learn more about what we can offer you.

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