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Traveling abroad is exciting. Living abroad, especially in the USA, is a whole different level of adventure. An expatriate also called an expat, is a person who has left their home country to live somewhere else. The transition to a new country comes with challenges. One of those challenges is securing adequate international health insurance to cover you in the United States as well as your home country and other countries you may travel to.
you are relocating the United States, it is important to know that the US does not require all expatriates (or US citizens) to have medical coverage. However, the risk of being in the US without medical coverage is massive hospital bills or even no access to medical care. There are newer requirements for certain immigrants or foreigners on select visa types that may require you to have health coverage.

If Medical costs in the US tend to be higher than in other countries for a couple of reasons. American doctors tend to order more tests and scans than in other countries, and the US deals with a relatively high rate of medical inflation.

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