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Schengen Visa Travel Easier?

March 21st, 2014 by Ross Mason

With the recent news that travelers from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) will no longer need to apply for the Schengen Visa to travel to Europe, travel to Europe for citizens from the UAE will be much easier. The restriction will be lifted once a joint team meets to execute the new resolution, and hopefully […]

Choosing which College to Study Abroad in

April 29th, 2011 by ahoontrakul

When you are planning your study abroad, you would no doubt have to make a decision on where you want to go and which college or university to attend. Many of the factors that would help you determine which college is right for you is similar to that of choosing your college at home. The […]

Schengen Visas Just Got Easier with the Visa Code

April 7th, 2010 by International-Student-Insurance

Good news for those traveling to Europe! Twenty-five countries have just agreed to make the visa process for short-term trips even more convenient. Under this newly instituted agreement, the Visa Code allows visitors traveling up to 90 days (for every 180 days) to travel country-to-country without passport checks. According to the European Commission, this area […]

Health insurance for Chinese students studying abroad

December 4th, 2009 by International-Student-Insurance

Chinese students make up a large portion of students studying abroad.  Health insurance is often times a big concern as most countries, colleges and Universities require that international students have it. The Atlas Travel Series is an excellent choice for health insurance for Chinese students studying abroad.  The Atlas Travel Series provides coverage to students […]

Czech Republic Visa Insurance

November 13th, 2009 by Ross Mason

As you prepare for your upcoming trip to the Czech Republic – whether for business or pleasure – it is important to become familiar with the country’s entry requirements. The Czech Republic is considered one of the Schengen countries. What does this mean?  This is a group of countries that have signed the Schengen agreement. […]

Insurance for International Students in the Netherlands

October 13th, 2009 by International-Student-Insurance

International students in the Netherlands are required to have international health insurance.  The Netherlands require that international students have insurance that meets the Schengen visa requirements.  Those requirements are as follows: – The insurance company must have a representative office in Europe – Medical evacuation/ repatriation coverage of at least US $37,500 – Insurance must […]

Italian Visa Insurance Requirements

December 19th, 2008 by Ross Mason

As many of you might know, the Italian Embassy requires non-European citizens to have proof of health insurance. The policy needs to provide coverage specifically in Italy and meet the specific health insurance requirements the Italian Embassy has set forth. The Italian government requires a signed declaration from the insurance company, also known as the […]

Health Insurance Requirements for French Visa

September 21st, 2007 by International-Student-Insurance

As many of you may be aware, the French Embassy requires non-European citizens to have proof of health insurance for French Visa. This plan needs to provide coverage specifically in France or needs to be considered a worldwide plan. The French Embassy also has very specific requirements that your health insurance plan must meet in […]

Visa Insurance Plans

August 3rd, 2007 by International-Student-Insurance

For anyone that has every applied for a visa, whether a J1, F1 or even a Schengen Visa for Europe, they will know that getting through all the paperwork and red tape can be tough task. You need to comply with many requirements, make sure you have all your paperwork is in order, etc… the […]

Schengen Visa Insurance

December 15th, 2006 by International-Student-Insurance

In June of 1985, seven European Union countries signed a treaty to make it easier for people to visit their countries and travel between them. Known as the “Schengen Treaty”, obtaining its name from a small town in Luxembourg, the original 7 member countries have now grown to 15 and they include: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, […]

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