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Choosing an international healthcare insurance FAQs

Selection criteria for choosing an international healthcare insurance

I’m going abroad. What international insurance do you recommend ?

It all depends on the length of your expatriation if you leave for 6 months, 1 year, 18 months, several years or indefinitely.
It may be worth starting with a travel insurance contract over several months and then moving on to expatriation insurance if you settle permanently abroad.

I am not a French national and I want to go abroad. Is it possible to buy Mondassur insurance?

You can take out health insurance to go abroad regardless of your nationality. The contracts you can sign up for will be different depending on your country of origin and destination. Our advisors will help you find Mondassur health insurance that is right for you.

I would like to go to a country of the European Union or the Schengen Area. Is it possible to buy insurance with Mondassur ?

You can buy Mondassur health insurance, including your medical expenses. The contracts you can take out will depend on where you stay: the European Union, the Schengen Area or France.

I want to come to France. Do you offer insurance for me ?

Several insurances are available if you wish to come to France. It all depends on the nature of your stay: duration, age, objective, family situation. You have specific insurance for short-term visas of less than 90 days, often referred to as Schengen visa insurance and you have insurance for longer periods of more than 90 days often referred to as long-stay visa insurance.

For long-stay visas, you have the choice of taking out long-stay visa insurance for up to one year or taking out insurance that is unlimited called also expat or impated insurance. Insurance of up to one year is recommended for people who remain for up to 1 year or those who can obtain French social security at the end of their one-year stay in France (for example spouses of a Frenchman who does not yet have a residence visa in France France). Other unlimited insurance is recommended for people who wish to settle for several years in France and who are not currently able to benefit from French social security (e.g. non-employees of French companies).

I’m going in WHV. What insurance would you advise me ?

If you are going in WHV, we offer Junior International WHV insurance.
This contract reimburses you for your medical expenses at 100% of the actual costs, with no cap and no deductible at the most competitive rate on the market.
We also advise you to consult the specific website for working holiday visas: www.partir-en-pvt.com

I’m going abroad to study. Which insurance would suit me best ?

If your tax domicile is within the European Union, you can benefit from the benefits of the Health Studies Plan.
This contract reimburses you your medical expenses at 100% of the actual costs and without deductible and offers you excellent guarantees in civil liability, repatriation assistance, theft of luggage … Etc. for a very attractive monthly rate (e.g. for a 6-month stay: 195 euros).

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I have been an expatriate abroad for several years. What insurance should I take out ?

If you are already an expatriate, you must opt for expatriation insurance.
These contracts offer you very good medical guarantees and optional dental, optical and repatriation assistance.

I’m going abroad. What insurance do you recommend ?

It all depends on the length of your expatriation if you leave for 6 months, 1 year, 18 months, several years or indefinitely.
It may be worth starting with a travel insurance contract over several months and then moving on to expatriation insurance if you settle permanently abroad.

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