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If I buy insurance when the visitor is age 69 and the visitor turns 70 during the coverage period, how will the coverage change for the insured once they turn 70? Will they still be covered for an acute onset of pre-existing conditions?

  
Internet User, 20 Apr 2016
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Most of the plans on our website remain unchanged if the insured has their 70th birthday during the policy period. The only plans whose coverages change are the Seven Corners plans, like Liaison Continent A, Liaison Majestic, and Inbound USA/Guest/Immigrant. 

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