I'm an incoming student on an F1 visa for a masters program, but before I officially move into school, I am planning to travel for 2 weeks in the US. What short term insurance plans am I eligible for?

For the two weeks of coverage before your insurance policy begins, you can look at our visitors insurance plans.

You can buy these policies for a minimum of five days and a maximum of one year. 

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