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I am not sure exactly where the consulate found this rule about coverage having to be “split equally” between benefits but I assume it's to prevent people form using two unrelated insurance contracts not intended for this, which could leave them with a low coverage for one of the benefits. AXA's terms and conditions aren't really clear on this but it seems ...


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There are several kinds of travel-related insurance, sometimes sold as a package, sometimes separately: Travel health insurance: Covers healthcare costs if you have an accident or fall ill during a trip abroad. This type of insurance is mandatory to get a Schengen visa (but if you reside in a Schengen country or are otherwise exempt from the visa ...


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Since this post is not closed, I just wanted to share a lesson I learnt during my purchase process. PRE-EXISITNG CONDITIONS ARE NOT COVERED UNDER ANY TRAVEL INSURANCE. Insurance company has term called Acute On-Set of pre-existing conditions. I recommend the article I found best to understand Acute onset of Pre-existing Conditions. Also there is youtube ...


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The advantage of using online brokers and comparison sites is that they allow you to compare multiple plans at once, even though you will get the same price whether you end up buying through them or buying directly from the company. Legally, there are no discounts on travel insurance in the US. Online brokers like the one you mention are very reliable and ...


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I've used https://www.worldnomads.com/ before and i'm pretty sure they didn't request a medical history to provide cover. They cover residents of any country. They might not be cheapest option (seems to be $100 per month), but i doubt you'll pay more than other travellers with them. They have competitors in this international travel insurance, so do ...



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