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Buying International Health Insurance

3 Steps To Take Before Buying International Health Insurance

Things to Consider When Buying International Health Insurance

Now that you have packed your bags to move abroad, what do you do next? If you are moving to a new country and you won’t have access to public or employer healthcare, you will need to opt for international health insurance that suits your lifestyle and budget. This glo[bal insurance plan should provide adequate coverage during your journey and extended stay overseas. In this article, we will explore what you need to know when buying international health insurance.

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10 Best Things About an Expat Assignment

Why You Should Say Yes to an Expat Assignment

If offered an expatriate assignment, would you accept it? What would be your main motivation for accepting an expatriate assignment? In this article, we will discuss ten best things about an expat assignment if you are considering relocating to another country.

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5 Reasons Expats Don’t Buy Global Medical Insurance

Learn Why Global Citizens Don’t Buy Global Medical Insurance

Many global citizens do not buy global medical insurance when living abroad. In this article, we will note what they don’t buy global medical insurance and why they should buy it. We hope that you will find it informative to learn the benefits of global medical insurance. Read more

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5 Reasons Global Citizens Should Buy Dental Insurance

Why Should Global Citizens Buy Dental Insurance?

One of the first things most global citizens travelling around the world do is to obtain global medical insurance to safeguard their health. But what most miss out on is buying dental insurance. This is one area that is widely neglected and one which can quickly become critical for your overall health. It is essential to buy dental insurance while away from your home country. Read more

What is International Health Insurance

What is International Health Insurance?

What is International Health Insurance and How Do I Purchase?

It seems like an easy question to answer, but we often get asked. International health insurance is a policy that is meant to provide long term medical coverage to people living abroad – generally considered expatriates, global nomads or global citizens. Generally, an international health plan is meant for people who will be living abroad for at least a year or more and more often than not will lose their coverage back home or the domestic policy won’t cover them abroad. Read more

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How to Compare International Health Insurance Companies

Learn How to Compare Your International Health Insurance Companies When Living Abroad

Before moving abroad, make sure you have the most suitable international health insurance to cover for you and your family when living abroad. Uninsured medical expenses incurred abroad can be quite significant and can easily bankrupt an expatriate. However, shopping for international health insurance can be challenging. In this article, we will provide some advice on how to compare and pick your international health insurance company. Read more

Health Insurance During the COVID-19

What is the Best International Health Insurance During the COVID-19 Pandemic?

Learn About International Health Insurance for Expatriates During a Pandemic

You could say this is an easy question and the answer is a plan that will cover the COVID-19 Coronavirus. That is correct, but there is much more to this question and how global nomads and international citizens should proceed when buying and renewing their global health coverage. We have been receiving many calls and emails for health insurance during the COVID-19 from expatriates around the world who are justifiably concerned about their health during the recent pandemic and we have been providing our best advice and support during this difficult time period. People are still moving abroad despite the travel restrictions or are reconsidering the coverage in light of the pandemic. Read more

Telehealth for Expatriates

Telehealth for Expatriates is Vital When Living Abroad

Telehealth is a Great Service for Expatriates Living Abroad

When global citizens and expatriates living abroad fall ill, they often have to book an appointment at a doctor’s office. Everyone wants to get better fast. However, there are times when a visit to a doctor’s office is challenging to manage. Especially for minor medical problems or for general advice and support. While we are not medical professionals, we will use our global health insurance expertise to explain how Telehealth works for global nomads and expatriates. Learn about the many reasons why expatriates should be covered by a global health plan that offers Telehealth, especially in light of recent events. Read more

Maternity Insurance Coverage

Maternity Insurance Coverage for Expats – Global Health Plans That Cover Pregnancy

Learn about global health insurance that covers maternity for expatriates living abroad

Many expatriates and future global nomads plan to have children when moving abroad. Everyone knows that pregnancy can involve a lot of preparations and planning – one of the most important considerations is accessing maternity care when living abroad and the insurance to fund those expenses. Maternity expenses can either be reasonably small – say under $10,000 if you are in a country where medical expenses are small.

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5 Best Countries to Teach English in Asia for Expats

Here are five best countries for expats to teach English in Asia

It is true that there is an increasing demand for native English speaking teachers in Asia. There are countries you can teach English with and without a degree. But we advise getting certified as it will increase your chances of landing the job. The basic qualifications to teach English in Asia is to be a Native English Speaker. You must also have a four-year degree in any major and pass a criminal record check. The cut off age is 60 years old. To ensure you land the job, it’s best to hold certifications like TEFL, TESOL or CELTA. Ultimately, schools prefer to hire someone who has the proof that they can teach English to those who do not speak English as their first language. If you can get a classroom experience, then you have a higher chance of getting the job. The best part is you can even get these courses online but aim for a 12-150-hour course.

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