Do any of your plans cover routine check-ups for non-immigrants?
Routine check-ups falls under preventative care and are usually covered by your primary and long-term insurance. Routine check-ups are not covered by temporary insurance, such as travel medical insurance.
Unfortunately no, visitors insurance only covers for any new and unexpected sicknesses and injuries. Examples of such would include; a broken arm because of a fall, injuries due to a car accident, a visit to…
If a new and unexpected medical situation occurs after the policy goes into effect (not related to an earlier existing condition), and a medical care professional orders blood work or lab tests, then travel insurance…
Travel medical insurance covers only new and unexpected medical situations. Insurance does not offer any preventative care or planned consultation for already existing conditions. Read this to learn more: Pre-Existing Conditions for Visitors Insurance
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