Children of expatriates

Children of expatriates have an above-average open-mindedness, openness to others and ability to adapt. This cultural enrichment has real advantages.


Being French but having already lived in 3 different countries before the age of fifteen enables the child to adopt an expatriate culture, andeducation abroad is a real asset. Without feeling a sense of belonging, he takes in a little of each culture. Discovering different cultures and ways of life opens children’s minds. As he grows, he’ll be able to make an informed choice about the country he wants to live in. It won’t be his adopted country, but it will be his country, with a culture that suits him! In fact, despite what you might think, only 22% of expatriates’ children go on to become expatriates themselves.

For parents: expatriation, and even more so with a child, inevitably brings with it a lot of things and unforeseen events to deal with. Leaving with peace of mind and expatriate insurance is a great advantage, not to say a necessity. Visits to the doctor, hospitalization, pharmacy, dental and optical care will no longer be a problem with international health insurance! Whatever the country, whatever the medical costs, you’ll be reimbursed at 100% of actual costs.

Many of the parents we interviewed said, “I waited until I had a problem during a previous expatriation to take out insurance. If I had to do it all over again, I would have taken one out from the start!

Now that you are informed, don’t delay in requesting your quote on the website.

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