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Medical Insurance for LTVP?

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Medical Insurance for LTVP?

Postby aaaaarrrgghhh » Wed, 25 Mar 2009 7:36 pm

Hi,
Can't find any information on comprehensive medical coverage for LTVP holders in Singapore?
Am planning on P1, and parents on LTVP - but need to know premium costs.
Couldn't find LTVP validity either, by the way!

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Postby peppercalamari » Fri, 24 Apr 2009 10:18 pm

some companies allow coverage for expats, locals etc without question... all you need is a valid visa!

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Postby cbavasi » Sun, 03 May 2009 10:06 pm

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Postby Strong Eagle » Sun, 03 May 2009 10:15 pm

cbavasi wrote:wow - posting the same message 7x across the entire board... genius. :???:


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Re: Medical Insurance for LTVP?

Postby Strong Eagle » Sun, 03 May 2009 10:35 pm

aaaaarrrgghhh wrote:Hi,
Can't find any information on comprehensive medical coverage for LTVP holders in Singapore?
Am planning on P1, and parents on LTVP - but need to know premium costs.
Couldn't find LTVP validity either, by the way!


Where are you from and what kind of insurance do you want? Many expats, myself included, choose a package that also offers medical insurance world wide and includes evacuation. In my case, as a US citizen, I also have a rider that allows me to have medical treatment in the very expensive US, and allows me to return to the US for treatment should I get something really serious like cancer.

You can get a local policy and augment it with a travel policy like AIG sells or you can get a more comprehensive plan.

Not associated with it... and you might look at these folks to begin to understand international expat medical insurance.

http://www.goodhealthworldwide.com/


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