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Medical claim on supervisa. What happens next?

sharmag

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Jul 22, 2014
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NDVO
NOC Code......
2232
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
19-08-2014
Nomination.....
09-12-2014
File Transfer...
29-01-2015
Med's Request
21-02-2015
Med's Done....
26-02-2015
Interview........
Wavied off
Passport Req..
31-03-2015 (Submitted on 02-4-2015)
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18-03-2015 (Collected Passport on 22-04-2015)
LANDED..........
21-07-2015
Hi All,

I have a hypothetical but equally probable question on medical claims when someone is on super visa.
I know that when someone is on visitor visa and god forbid gets hospitalized, the insurance company though pays the medical bill, will cancel the policy once the visitor gets normal.

How does it work on Super visa? Any pointers or idea?

Thanks in advance.

Regards
Sharma
 

canuck78

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Jun 18, 2017
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Hi All,

I have a hypothetical but equally probable question on medical claims when someone is on super visa.
I know that when someone is on visitor visa and god forbid gets hospitalized, the insurance company though pays the medical bill, will cancel the policy once the visitor gets normal.

How does it work on Super visa? Any pointers or idea?

Thanks in advance.

Regards
Sharma
Similar thing. Supervisa just covers emergency situation preexisting conditions may be excluded. Once stabilized family member needs to return home for ongoing treatment if necessary. Once you make a claim you may have difficulty getting coverage again or you’ll have to pay a lot more. Whether policy is cancelled altogether is up to the insurance company.
 
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sharmag

Star Member
Jul 22, 2014
104
7
Category........
Visa Office......
NDVO
NOC Code......
2232
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
19-08-2014
Nomination.....
09-12-2014
File Transfer...
29-01-2015
Med's Request
21-02-2015
Med's Done....
26-02-2015
Interview........
Wavied off
Passport Req..
31-03-2015 (Submitted on 02-4-2015)
VISA ISSUED...
18-03-2015 (Collected Passport on 22-04-2015)
LANDED..........
21-07-2015
Similar thing. Supervisa just covers emergency situation preexisting conditions may be excluded. Once stabilized family member needs to return home for ongoing treatment if necessary. Once you make a claim you may have difficulty getting coverage again or you’ll have to pay a lot more. Whether policy is cancelled altogether is up to the insurance company.
Thank you so much for the reply.