My parents aged (father: 60 yrs, mother: 50 yrs) plan to travel to USA for 2 months. What would be the visitor medical insurance cost per month?

The pricing of a plan depends on the following factors: 1) The type of plan you choose (limited or comprehensive), 2) The policy maximum you choose, 3) Deductible, 4) Number of travel days, and 5) The travel status of the insured (visitor/Green Card holder).

For better coverage, we usually recommend people purchase percentage-based comprehensive plans rather than fixed amount limited plans. If your parents are coming here on a visitors visa, you can get quotes and purchase the different plans here: https://www.visitorscoverage.com/visitor-insurance/

If they are Green Card holders, traveling to the USA for a short trip, you can compare, get quotes and purchase the plans here: https://www.visitorscoverage.com/immigrant-insurance/

Please feel free to email us at support@visitorscoverage.com or call us 1.866.384.9104, if you need further assistance in selecting or purchasing a plan.

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