UNITED STATES INFORMATION AGENCY MEDICAL INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS FOR J-I EXCHANGE VISITORS
Effective September,1994, the United States Information Agency(USIA) will require each exchange visitor holding a J-1 visa to maintain medical insurance coverage for the full duration of his J-1 program. In addition, J-2 dependents will also have to meet this requirement while they are in the United States. Under regulations, schools and other sponsors must advise in writing all J-1 visa holders of the insurance requirement before they arrive. The minimum requirements for coverage set forth under these USIA regulations are listed below:
(1)Medical benefits of at least $50,000 per accident or illness(Sickness)
(2)A deductible not to exceed $500 per accident or illness.
(3)Repatriation of remains in the amount of $7,500. Should an exchange visitor die while in the United States, this benefit would provide for the preparation and transportation of the body to his other home country.
(4)Medical evacuation in the amount of $10,000 in the event an exchange visitor must be returned to his or home country due to a serious medical condition.
Be underwritten by an insurance corporation having one of the folling ratings:A.M best rating of "A-" or above ISI Itd rating of "A-"or above standard & poor's rating of "A" or above weiss research inc. rating of "B+" or above.
상해, 질병치료 : US $ 50,000(Medical Expenses)
긴급후송 비 : US $ 10,000(Medical Evacuation)
유해본국송환비 : US $ 7,500(Repatriation)
치료비면책금액 : US $ 500이하(Deductible)
국제신용평가기관에서 평가한 국제신용등급이 "A-" 이상인 보험회사
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