As a green card holder who is in the US a few months of the year, can I purchase visitors insurance instead of applying for Medicare?
Eligibility for Obamacare and Medicare depend on several factors, including state of residence, age, total household income, etc. Your best course of action is to contact the department of Health at Health.gov or your state's…
If the green card holder has worked for at least 40 quarters in US, s/he may qualify for social security and medicare. Visit medicare.gov for more information.
The plans that we offer are short-term travel medical insurance plans. Some of these plans, such as Inbound Immigrant, Patriot America, Patriot America Plus, and Patriot Platinum are available for green card holders. You can…
If the green card holder lives in the United States permanently, then any of the plans offered for US citizens traveling internationally would work. You can consider the
If your parents--who are green card holders-- are planning to stay in the US for a short duration and return to their home country after, you can compare purchase plans here: Health Insurance for Immigrants,…
Depending on which state you live in, you may qualify for state health insurance program based on income and other criteria. Check with your state's health Medicaid/MediCal department to check if you qualify for assistance.
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