I am a 62 years old with dual citizenship, holding both Greek and US passports. For the past 20 years I worked, paid taxes, owned property, maintained a domestic health insurance policy and currently receive retirement from Greece. Therefore, my home country is considered to be Greece. I am planning a one-month trip to California in March of this year and would like to purchase short-term travel medical insurance from your company. However, due to the fact that I will be traveling with my US passport, I kindly request that you clarify whether or not I am eligible to be covered under any of your insurance policies in the USA?
Internet User, 20 Jun 2014
Yes, we do offer a plan that would cover you in the US. It is called Liaison Majestic.
Click on the link below for details of this plan: Liaison Majestic Insurance
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We are a family of 4 visiting the USA in March. We are residents of Azerbaijan and have the following citizenship: Father: UK Mother: UK/USA dual citizen Child 1: UK/USA dual citizen Child 2: UK/USA dual citizen Mother has not lived in US since 2002, children have never lived in US, but have US citizenship through their mother. Could you clarify whether we should apply for visitors' medical insurance as US Citizens or non-US citizens? Thanks.
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