SOURCE: International Services, Inc.

visitor medical insurance

March 02, 2011 13:00 ET

NRIOL.NET Updates Visitors Insurance Comparison Engine

GLEN ALLEN, VA--(Marketwire - March 2, 2011) -  NRIOL.NET, a leading visitors insurance website of International Services, Inc., has upgraded its insurance comparison shopping solution making it faster and easier to procure medical insurance for visitors & immigrants.

The latest release of the software on its website includes additions of plans to the portfolio, streamlining the comparison shopping process and improved presentation of plan information. These changes are reflected in the international student health insurance & visitor health insurance comparison engines.

"There have been numerous changes in plan benefits, exclusions and rates for 2011 and our timely new release is proof of our commitment to our clients and our underwriters," said Chiranth Nataraj, President & CEO of International Services, Inc.

Keeping with the general trend in the insurance industry, the visitor travel insurance premiums for 2011 have increased; and there has been a significant increase in premiums in the senior age bracket of 70 years and above. The good news is that a few plans are still available for travelers with well controlled stable medical conditions; they can obtain coverage for sudden and acute onset of pre-existing conditions.

It is a well known fact that Senior US citizens are not covered by Medicare during their travel overseas (page 6 of the US Passport states that Medicare/Medicaid does not cover for healthcare costs outside the U.S.). Prudent travel cancellation insurance shoppers can compare plans on NRIOL.NET and obtain the right level of overseas medical coverage and protection for their non-refundable trip costs.

Online enrollment and instant insurance ID card fulfillment have been very popular on NRIOL.NET; a vast majority of the company's clients embrace the secure online purchase and fulfillment mode. Within a few minutes of the purchase the insurance ID card and certificate are available for online download.

"Sports teams that spend seasons abroad are at an increased risk of injuries and contracting diseases. Medical coverage abroad is necessary for sports teams. If your team doesn't offer international medical insurance, you should consider getting it on your own; or asking the team to provide it. Group Enrollment for teams is so affordable that there is no reason to overlook protection," says Pallavi Sadekar at International Services, Inc.

According to Chiranth Nataraj, CEO of International Services, Inc.: "Coverage shouldn't be limited to where you live; it shouldn't have boundaries at all."

Contact Information

  • Contact:
    Chiranth Nataraj
    CEO
    International Services, Inc.
    Phone: 877.593.5403