Kellie

Kellie

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    Need suggestion about travel insurance

    Hi Talukdar Kellie from World Nomads here. If you do buy a travel insurance policy through World Nomads, pregnancy can be covered with conditions that apply depending on where you're from (your country of permanent residency). In general, if pregnancy is covered by a policy available through World Nomads,all policies can cover up to 26 weeks gestation only. So while you can certainly buy a policy to cover your family on your trip to Germany, at 28 weeks gestation it will not be possible to cover your wife for anything related to her pregnancy. We are unable to provide any information related to your query about health insurance provided to travellers by the German government as this is a topic we are not familiar with. Best of luck. Kellie almost 7 years ago

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    Does anyone know of a good travel insurance company similar to World Nomad's? WN will only insure for 1 year max and we need 2 years.

    Hi Kristin Kellie from World Nomads here.I understand you now have the information you need relating to your query and it has all worked out with cover available to you for the entire duration of your travels. For others reading this, it does depend on where you're from as to whether it's possible to extend a policy beyond the 12 month mark when traveling for extended periods of time. For example, if you are from Australia or New Zealand, you can extend a policy for as many times as needed and for as long as needed ( ie each time you extend it can be up to 12 months but there is no limit to the number of times you can extend). If you're from a country where the policy underwritten by ihi Bupa is offered ( eg Continental Europe, Asia, South America , Africa etc) or if you're from Canada, you can extend a policy up to 12 months and then if you are travelling beyond 12 months, you can buy a new policy to cover your ongoing travels ( for Canadians, you must have provincial health care in place for the entire policy duration). Also be aware of waiting periods when buying a policy while already travelling. If you're from the UK or Ireland, there are specific limits to the total policy duration available (inclusive of extensions). Always a good idea to read the policy wording relevant to your country of permanent residency as this is where you'll find any information relating to the conditions surrounding policy extensions. If you have any specific insurance questions, please ask our service team directly who will be more than happy to help: https://www.worldnomads.com/contactus.aspx Best wishes Kellie about 7 years ago

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    Electronics items are covered

    Hi Sneha Kellie from World Nomads here.There is cover available for electronic items but the amount of coverage per item and the total amount claimable will vary depending on where you are from (your country of permanent residency). You may also have the option to increase the cover on specific high value items if you feel the standard cover isn't enough. Again the option to do this depends on where you are from. Always a good idea to read the policy wording relevant to your country of permanent residency as this is where you'll find any information relating what's covered and not covered and the terms of the policy. If you have any specific insurance questions, please ask our customer service team directly who will be more than happy to help: https://www.worldnomads.com/contactus.aspx Best wishes Kellie over 6 years ago

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    in due to fly from bangkok to phuket in 24 hrs

    Hi Lozza. Kellie from World Nomads here. I do hope you are feeling better now. It is best to contact the emergency assistance team (the number is listed on your policy certificate or look it up on our website) to discuss any claim related to cancellation/rescheduling due to illness etc. It is difficult for us to advise when we don't know where you are from and what kind of policy you have. The emergency assistance team should be able to help you with any of your queries. All the best Kellie over 6 years ago

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    If I'm 16 can I travel alone in Germany?

    Hi Nick. Kellie from Worldnomads.com here. You are welcome to buy a policy through World Nomads to cover you while travelling around Germany. There is no 'minimum' age limit as such so a single policy is the one to buy.If you have any other specific insurance questions, please ask our service team directly who will be more than happy to help: https://www.worldnomads.com/contactus.aspx Best wishes Kellie almost 7 years ago

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    Is my daughter a U.K. resident yet?

    Hi Jane. Kellie from World Nomads here. When getting a quote and buying a policy through World Nomads, your country of permanent residence is the country where you : 1. have access and/or right to receive long term medical care (Reciprocal health schemes are not applicable); 2. agree to be repatriated to this country to receive long term medical care if medically required; 3. have unrestricted right of entry; and 4. have a residential address. Therefore, to qualify to buy the policy while in the United Kingdom as a UK resident, your daughter must have a permanent residential address in the United Kingdon and unrestricted right of entry to the United Kingdom as well as having access to have access and/or right to receive long term medical care (eg. NHS) in case of repatriation back to the UK. If you have any specific insurance questions, please ask our service team directly who will be more than happy to help: https://www.worldnomads.com/contactus.aspx (we try to keep our Ask a Nomad service for general travel questions that our travel community can answer.) Best wishes Kellie about 7 years ago

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    I am a US citizen living permanently in Australia. Do I need a travel insurance policy to travel to the US for 3 weeks this May?

    Hi Andienicole, Kellie here from WorldNomads.com. If you are living permanently in Australia, then you can buy a travel insurance policy to cover your travels to the US in May if you wish to be covered for such things as Overseas Medical expenses , repatriation back to Australia, Pre-Trip Cancellation and Baggage just to name a few benefits. As a permanent resident of Australia (as per definition below), you will be covered under this policy while in the US regardless of the fact that you are a US citizen. To qualify as an Australian resident, you must be a citizen or holder of a residency visa and have all of the following in your home country 1.unlimited and unconditional right of entry; 2.access to long-term medical care (e.g. national health cover or private health cover. 3.you will be repatriated back to to Australia if you’re unable to continue your trip and you require ongoing medical care at home; and 4.a permanent residential address. do Hope this helps but if you have any specific insurance questions, please ask our service team directly who will be more than happy to help: https://www.worldnomads.com/contactus.aspx Best wishes Kellie about 7 years ago

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    trip/ travel insurance

    Hi Rajen. It's Kellie here from World Nomads. Your trip sounds like a very exciting one so it's understandable that you want to ensure you have to right travel insurance to cover you on your adventures.As your query is quite a broad one, if you are resident of the USA, the best option would be to talk to our insurer direct so they can answer all your queries. Please call the Trip Mate Customer Service Team who are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Phone: +1-844-207-1930 Call toll free within the US and Canada +1-816-523-1712 Call international direct/collect or Email: serviceusa@worldnomads.com The customer service team at Trip Mate will be able to answer all your queries. All the best and have an amazing time on your cruise. Kellie over 5 years ago