Conservation International required J1 scholar insurance (F students consult TaiAn) is as follows: 1. Medical benefits of $100,000 per accident or illness; 2. Repatriation of remains of $25,000; 3. Medical evacuation of $50,000; 4. Deductible not over $500 per accident or illness. These requirements are the same as the USDOS standards. TaiAn Plan B with $100,000 benefit per illness or injury and four deductible options is the most popular plan that meets the requirements. TaiAn Plan S with $100,000 benefit per illness or injury and $500 deductible option is the lowest cost plan that meets the requirements. You can also choose Taian Plan B or Plan S with a higher benefit or Taian Plan A if you need more benefits than your school requires. After submitting an application online successfully, you will receive an Email confirmation (DECLARATION OF MEDICAL INSURANCE) in a few minutes which contains the links to your insurance ID card and Visa Letter. Click the links to get the PDF version of your ID Card and Visa Letter. Send the Email confirmation together with Visa Letter to your school to prove that you have purchased insurance that meets the school's requirements. TaiAn will send you an email which tells how to download the insurance documents for your school and how to see doctor when you need.
TaiAn Financial LLC does business as TaiAn Health Insurance Agency LLC in California.
This invitation to inquire allows eligible applicants an opportunity to inquire further about the insurance offered and is limited to a brief description of any loss for which benefits may be payable. Benefits are offered as described in the insurance contract. Benefits are subject to all deductibles, coinsurance, provisions, terms, conditions, limitations, and exclusions in the insurance contract. The contract does contain a pre-existing condition exclusion and does not cover losses or expenses related to a pre-existing condition.
Important Notice Regarding Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA): This insurance is not subject to, and does not provide benefits required by, PPACA. On January 1, 2014, PPACA will require U.S. citizens, U.S. nationals and certain U.S. residents to obtain PPACA compliant insurance coverage unless they are exempt from PPACA. Penalties may be imposed on persons who are required to maintain PPACA compliant coverage but do not do so. Eligibility to purchase, extend or renew this product, or its terms and conditions, may be modified or amended based upon changes to applicable law, including PPACA. Please note that it is an insured person’s sole and exclusive responsibility to determine if PPACA is applicable to them, and the Company and IMG shall have no liability to any person whatsoever for their failure to obtain or maintain PPACA compliant insurance coverage.