I would like to add an additional member to my policy. How can I do this?
Savita Jain, 23 May 2014
If you have already purchased a travel insurance policy, you cannot add a new member to the plan. However, you can certainly purchase a new policy for the additional member.
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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.
My son, an American citizen, is married to a Thai citizen. He lives and works in Thailand and is covered by their medical system. He has two children, 1 and 4 years old, who will travel on American passports. He, his wife, and their children are planning to visit us in Minnesota for two months this summer from July 15 to Sept. 15. Do you sell short-term medical coverage for this situation?
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