Why travelers purchase Visitors to USA
The USA offers some of the best medical care in the world and it is also very expensive. Purchasing medical insurance for your U.S. Visitor is an important part of the trip planning process.
Medical insurance for U.S. Visitors may be issued for short term or long term visits. You, your family member, or friend will need medical insurance for unforeseen illnesses or injuries that may occur during a visit to the U.S.. Coverage is provided for unforeseen out-patient medical expenses, hospital charges, surgery fees, prescription drugs, x-rays, lab work, and other related medical expenses.
We recommend you purchase U.S. Visitor health insurance prior to the trip departure date. However, there are plans are available if you, your family member, or friend have already arrived in the U.S..
You may purchase this insurance for your family member or friend using your credit card.
Please note: These plans are designed to provide coverage for new illnesses or injuries that may occur during the policy coverage period. Coverage for pre-existing medical conditions are excluded.
Medical and emergency medical evacuation for people traveling outside of their home country whose destination includes the United States or its Territories from five days up to two years. Coverage range from $50,000 up to $1 million. Deductible options from $0 to $2,500. First Health PPO network provides access to 500,000 physicians and 4,700 hospitals in the United States.Quote & Buy
Low cost, scheduled medical benefits plan that addresses the insurance needs of non-U.S. citizens who need temporary medical insurance while traveling for business or pleasure anywhere outside of their home country.
Safe Travels USA Trip Protection is a trip cancellation, interruption and travel delay plan for anyone up to age 79 traveling for five days up to a maximum of 180 days. Rates are based on insured trip amount, age, and medical plan maximum. Available to non-U.S. citizens traveling to the United States.Quote & Buy
Visitors to USA FAQ's
Are pre-existing medical conditions covered?
No. The Visitors to USA plans are intended to cover any new illness or injury that may occur during the policy coverage period. Pre-existing conditions are generally defined as any illness, disease, symptom, or injury that occurred or manifested itself prior to and including the effective date of your insurance.
Is it possible for me to get my insurance information right away so I can take it to the consulate?
Policy fulfillment is completed via email immediately following your online purchase. Simply click on the hyperlinks provided and print out your Certificate of Coverage. The Patriot America plan will also provide a letter for you to present to the consulate. This letter will contain your name, certificate number, coverage dates, and coverage level purchased, and list the country in which the coverage is intended for.