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News from 2013

Travel Insurance for Pregnant Women

Did you know that the safest time to travel is between 18 and 24 weeks in the second trimester? In fact, many airlines restrict travel in late stages of pregnancy or may require a written confirmation from a physician. It's important to note that most insurers generally do not consider a normal pregnancy to be an "illness" or a "sickness." Instead, they consider it to be a condition that you chose to have. This means that for the most part, the normal consequences of a pregnancy are not ...
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Travel Insurance: Super Visa in Year Two

Excel Financial Group has released clarification on TIC's Super Visa travel insurance program in its second year of operation. In order to qualify in the second year, clients must have private medical insurance from a Canadian insurance company that's valid for at least one year,covers health care, hospitalization, and repatriation, provides a minimum coverage of $100,000, is valid for each entry to Canada, and is available for review by a port of entry officer. The Travel and Health ...
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