How does dual citizenship affect travel insurance?

The pricing of the insurance plans are dependent on the age of the insured person, the policy maximum, deductible chosen and the number of days the policy is purchased for. The citizenship and home country does not make any difference. The plans that we offer are for people traveling outside their home country. However, we do offer the Patriot America Plus policy which is suitable for US citizens living abroad traveling to the USA for a short-term.

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