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Hello, My father is 73 years old, is an non-US citizen or permanent resident, and has had heart surgery 3 years ago and takes heart medication. He wants to visit me in Boston, MA for 1-2 months in the fall. I am wondering what the best, highest coverage insurance plan is that also covers pre-existing conditions? I haven't seen many plans that cover pre-existing conditions. But can we find a plan where we can choose to pay more to cover pre-existing conditions? Thank you for your help.
  
Gizem, 11 Apr 2013
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Yes, we can help you find a suitable policy for your father who is visiting you. Since you father is over 70 years of age, there is no plan that covers pre-existing conditions. The plan, however, will cover for any new medical conditions and travel emergencies as per the policy. This article will help to get more information. http://www.visitorscoverage.com/travel-insurance/insurance-for-person-70-years-or-over/

To learn more about pre existing conditions: http://www.visitorscoverage.com/travel/pre-existing-conditions-travel-insurance/

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