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Our Travel Insurance for Non-UK Residents is designed for people who do not live in the UK but reside in EU or EEA countries.
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Whether you want to be covered for an annual multi-trip, a single trip or even for a winter sports trip, our travel insurance will cover you even if you’re not a resident of the UK for up to $/€1,000,000 for emergency and accidental medical treatment whilst you’re abroad.
The Expatriate Healthcare Non-UK Residents travel insurance provides excellent cover for journeys to areas within Europe and Worldwide and if you want to ensure that you’re completely protected we provide additional enhanced benefit options that you can add to your package.
Whether you want to explore the stunning lakes of Italy or you want to venture further afield and discover the ancient ruins in Mexico we cover you almost wherever in the world you want to go and adapt policies depending on the length of your trip, destination and party details. It’s important that you are happy with your level of medical insurance, so you can sit back, relax and enjoy your holiday worry-free.
Our basic Medical Treatment and Evacuation policy primarily covers travellers for the high cost of medical treatment and emergency medical evacuations when abroad. This includes 100% cover should an air ambulance, hospitalisation, surgery, repatriation for medical treatment and the other benefits listed in the schedule below be required.
The basic policy covers medical issues, however when travelling there are many other accidents and losses that can be unavoidable. If you want to ensure that you’re covered should your baggage be delayed or lost and if you miss your departure or lose your passport then we offer a standard level of protection that further protects you against these losses.
In addition to this should you need to ensure ski equipment, golf equipment or business equipment we have three add on options that you can include in your cover.
This is the core policy option, which provides the important medical cover against the high cost of medical treatment and emergency medical evacuations. The Basic plan benefits also provide you with 24-hour access to trained nurses to ensure that medical advice is only ever a phone call away.
In addition to the benefits included on the Basic level of cover, this optional level of protection also covers you against the additional losses to property, personal liability and accidents that you may suffer whilst travelling abroad.
Adding to the benefits of the Standard level of cover, Cancellation and Curtailment covers you in the event that your trip is unexpectedly cancelled, or you are forced to return home early.
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Expatriate Healthcare’s, International Travel Insurance TravelCare policy covers all nationalities, travelling anywhere in the world.
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The Benefit Schedule is a summary of travel cover and must be read in conjunction with the Policy Wording.
All Coverages and Plan Costs listed in this Schedule of Benefits are in Euros. All benefits will be reimbursed at Usual, Customary and Reasonable (UCR) charges where applicable. Amounts shown are the maximum per policy and period of cover, except where otherwise stated.
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You can get it right here. At Expatriate Group we will cover you for emergency medical treatment and more even if you’re not a resident in the UK. Get your Travel Insurance quote today.
Yes, if you’ve purchased a single trip or annual multi-trip policy an extension of no more than 30 days may be granted per policy. We do not offer extensions on one-way trip policies.
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Yes, all claims must be submitted within 90 days from the date of the incident otherwise they will be denied.
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Our travel insurance will not cover you if you try to make a claim resulting from an extreme sporting activity that isn’t covered by the policy. If you’re going skiing we advise you purchase our Winter Sports package to ensure that all your equipment is protected.
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