Can permanent residents living in the usa apply for visitors or travel medical insurance for USA, if not eligible for Medicare?

If a permanent resident does not qualify for any government-supported health care programs or cannot get private health insurance in the US, they can get a temporary health insurance plan that provides protection as per the policy's specific terms. These plans do not fulfill ACA/Obamacare requirements. To learn more and get a quote online, follow: Immigrants Insurance: Health Insurance for New Immigrants: Get Quotes

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