India Network Announces Health Insurance Options for Recent Green Card Holders, H1 Workers, Religious Workers (R Visa Holders), Students, and Dependents

India Network Health Insurance announced today the availability of health insurance plan options for new immigrants, transition immigrant visitors, temporary workers, and their families.

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ACE American Insurance Group

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a unique feature of India Network Health Insurance plans is that these plans cover pre-existing conditions on par with new problems. There are no conditions attached to the pre-existing conditions coverage

Orlando, FL (PRWEB) February 21, 2014

India Network Foundation, a non-profit organization in the United States announced today the availability of affordable health insurance options for recent immigrant groups such as green card holders, those transitioning to green card residents, temporary workers, students, and religious workers. The ACE Comprehensive Program, with increased coverage for pre-existing conditions, is most sought after and popular plan among short term visitors and is now available for transition immigrants and all non-US citizens.

The India Network Health Insurance plan is available for individuals aged 0-99 years and anyone can apply from anywhere using online forms and online credit card payments. An instant certificate of insurance will be issued, allowing visitors to print medical insurance coverage proof before boarding flights to United States. No medical questions or additional requests for information such tax return information, work, or medical history are required to enroll in the program. Any expatriate in the United States can enroll in these programs to protect them from unexpected illnesses, and accidents.

Dr. KV Rao commented, "A unique feature of India Network Health Insurance plans is that these plans cover pre-existing conditions on par with new problems. There are no conditions attached to the pre-existing conditions coverage." The only requirement is that members purchase the plan before their loved ones leave their home country and continue the coverage without any break. Renewal options are available for all plans, to ensure continuous coverage. The "Programs" link on the India Network Health Insurance web site provides a detailed explanation of benefits, the pre-existing coverage, and other incidental benefits such as medical evacuation, repatriation benefits and the accidental death benefit.

India Network Visitor Health Insurance plans are designed to provide visitors, green card holders, temporary workers, students, and their families with the maximum coverage possible with limited premium dollars. ACE American Insurance Company underwrites India Network Health Insurance Plans in the United States and all claims, customer service, and program management is performed in the United States.

About India Network Foundation
India Network Foundation, established as a US non-profit organization, has been helping the Asian Indian community in the United States with several community programs and grants to academics from India for more than two decades. India Network Foundation sponsors visitor health insurance to tourists, students, temporary workers (H1 visa holders) and their families.Foundation encourages and facilitates various individual projects in Rural India.
For more information visit http://www.indianetwork.org.

About India Network Visitor Health Insurance
India Network Services, is a US based company that administers visitor health insurance to transition residents, tourists, students, temporary workers and their families. Visitor medical plans are offered for all age groups. Scheduled Benefit Plans, and comprehensive Plan with pre-existing condition coverage provide affordable health insurance coverage for all ages. India Network has been helping several Asian Indian families with Obamacare enrollment questions and plan selections under Obamacare for qualified US Citizens and Green Card holders.