Travel to the Schengen Area
AIG foreigners plan Schengen covers foreigners and their families who are temporarily resident in one or more countries of the Schengen Area, as well as the United Kingdom and Ireland. It provides for the reimbursement of medical expenses, covers cases of accidental death and disability and offers ‘assistance’ protection as well as repatriation.
The Schengen regulations require visa applicants to take out
insurance cover of €30 000 for emergency medical care following
accident or sickness and for repatriation. AIG foreigners plan
Schengen goes beyond these requirements. A certificate necessary for
the demand for a visa can be issued on request.
AIG foreigners plan Schengen covers foreigners under the age of 65 and their families who are temporarily resident in one or more countries of the Schengen Area, as well as the United Kingdom and Ireland.
This site only contains an overview of the most important coverages and exclusions. Only the general and specific conditions (“Insurance Policy”) provide an accurate, binding, description of the covers and exclusions.
It is necessary to fully analyse the Insurance Policy, as well as all other relevant documents with contractual and pre-contractual information before any decision to buy, underwrite, adhere to, accept, sign or conclude an insurance agreement.
AIG foreigners plan Schengen covers the insured for a maximum period of 6 months. The inception date of the policy can, in case of non-delivery of the visum in time, be delayed for a maximum of 30 days in relation to the original inception date mentioned on the policy. The Shengen Area visa entry stamp triggers the start of cover for the length of time indicated in the contract.
Here you will find information about how to request a quote with detail of premium calculation, the general and specific conditions, and/or other relevant documents with contractual or pre-contractual information, the duration of the insurance policy, the applicable law and jurisdiction, how to file a complaint or reach the ombudsman, etc.