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Who might require expat healthcare insurance?

Expatriates -- An employee who resides and works outside of their home country, such as a Canadian Employee who is deployed to China for 3 years.

U.S bound Expatriate -- An employee who works in the U.S but who is a resident or citizen of another country, such as a Canadian deployed to Texas for 3 years.

Third Country National --  An employee who works for a company in another country and has citizenship or permanent residency in a third country.  For example, an employee from China deployed to Columbia by a Canadian company.

Short Term Assignee --  International assignments from 3 months to 1 year.  A Canadian deployed to Brazil for 3 months at a time.

Intergovernmental and Non-Governmental Organizations -- Charitable or publicly funded incorporated enterprises such as the Red Cross and World Bank.

Business Traveller -- International assignment measured in weeks with no residency established. For example, an employee from Canada being sent to Russia for 2 weeks at a time.

Locally Hired Foreigner -- A foreign national who is hired locally such as a Canadian Citizen hired by a Chinese Company.

Keyser Benefits is dedicated to ensuring that our clients have the best coverage, regardless of where their work takes them.   Rates, plan design and service are three of the most important aspects of your Benefits plan. We will find the best insurer and provide on-going reviews and support to ensure that you get the coverage you need and the value you deserve. 

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