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When you move internationally, you'll need to choose between long-term international health insurance to cover you anywhere in the world, typically for 6+ month stays and travel, and nomad or travel health insurance for shorter stays. We've partnered with several of the most respected insurers in the international health and travel insurance industry.

Long-term International Health Insurance

These plans are typically for 6+ months stays and travel.

Allianz Care

Allianz Care

Allianz Care's plans ensure that you have access to quality healthcare whenever you need it. Our flexible solutions allow you to tailor your cover to meet your needs and budget. You can submit your claims digitally and our helpline is available 24/7 to help you anytime.

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William Russell

William Russell

International insurance & protection for expats, families, international citizens, remote workers & frequent travellers. William Russell has been the leading independent provider for expat health, life and income protection insurance for 28 years. With our trademark customer service, you can rest assured that you're in safe hands.

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GeoBlue

GeoBlue

GeoBlue offers global health plans for international assignments or trips lasting 6 months or longer. With access to over 1.7M medical providers in 190 countries around the world, GeoBlue provides members with solutions and industry-leading digital services - ensuring top-quality coverage to people who live, work, study and travel internationally.

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Cigna Global Health

Cigna Global Health

With Cigna Global Health Options, you can create an international health insurance plan that's perfectly tailored for the needs of you and your family. We provide the reassurance of comprehensive core cover, and the flexibility of adding as many extra benefits as you want to ensure you have a plan perfectly suited to your needs.

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Nomad Health Insurance

These nomad or travel health insurance plans are typically for shorter stays and travel. If you're heading to a country that requires proof of health insurance, this type of insurance often satisfies that requirement.

GeoBlue

GeoBlue

Leaving home for work, school, or vacation? Be sure you take the right international travel health insurance with you. Plans vary in levels of coverage and duration, and all plans include medically necessary COVID-19 testing and treatment.

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World Nomads Travel Insurance

World Nomads Travel Insurance

Travel insurance from WorldNomads.com is available to people from over 130 countries. It's designed for adventurous travellers with cover for overseas medical, evacuation, baggage and a range of adventure sports and activities. You can buy and claim online, even after you've left home.

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TME Travel Insurance

TME Travel Insurance

TME Medical Evacuation plans bring you to your home hospital of choice if you are hospitalized while traveling or residing for an extended period 150 miles or more from home, and your condition warrants a medical transport. Our Medical Evacuation plan does not restrict transport to the 'Nearest Suitable Facility'.

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AIG Travel Guard Insurance

AIG Travel Guard Insurance

AIG's Travel Guard Insurance offers three levels of protection: Deluxe, Preferred and Essential. Each level includes medical evacuation coverage; trip cancellation, delay and interruption; trip medical expense coverage and more.

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William Russell Health InsuranceExpat Health Insurance

Get a quote for international health insurance from our partner, William Russell.
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William Russell Health InsuranceExpat Health Insurance

Get a quote for international health insurance from our partner, William Russell.
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