If you’re coming to live in the United States, welcome! While there are so many sites to see, cultures to explore and opportunities waiting just for you, you also need to be aware of the U.S.’s unusually high healthcare costs. New immigrants and Green Card holders can find peace of mind by purchasing medical coverage with travel insurance.

Immigrant insurance can help:

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Medical expenses in the United States can be very expensive. Even if you’re waiting for a domestic health insurance plan to take effect, immigrant travel medical insurance can offer you temporary coverage. Immigrant travel medical plans may also cover green card holders living outside the U.S. visiting the country for a short time.

These plans are designed to offer temporary coverage for new immigrants and green card holders who sho still list their home country as outside of the U.S. These plans can provide coverage for up to two years and are not a complete replacement of a domestic health insurance plan.

VisitorsCoverage can help you get quotes and compare health insurance policies for new immigrants, Green Card holders and U.S. permanent residents who don't qualify for U.S. domestic insurance or Medicare.

Are you a new immigrant or green card holder looking for insurance plans? We have you covered. Check them out here.


These plans are not substitutes for your primary long term medical insurance you may be obliged under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), commonly called the Affordable Care Act (ACA) or "Obamacare". If you are a permanent resident, it is your responsibility to check with concern authorities including your state health dept., tax or legal adviser to get proper advice.