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  • The Expatriate Insurance Explained


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One of the things an expatriate has to have is expatriate insurance. A person living permanently, or even temporarily, in a foreign country should take steps to protect themselves medically and financially in case anything unfortunate should happen.

Expatriate insurance is a kind of insurance policy that will cover financial losses (and other forms of losses) acquired by an expatriate during his stay in a country that is not his country of origin. This type of policy should be purchased before the expatriate relocates to a new destination or country.

This kind of insurance normally covers the expatriate’s period of stay in a foreign country. The policy can usually be bought on a 6-month or a yearly basis.
There are several options for this kind of policy. Among the common types of expatriate insurance policies are those for personal property, emergency evacuation and automobile insurance.

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