Saturday, March 12, 2016

Are you moving from USA to Canada? if Donald Trump wins...and need medical insurance?

If you are concerned about a Donald Trump presidency and have been suddenly struck with an impulse to leave USA for Canada, you are not alone.

Donald Trump may become the President of USA! If that happens, and you decide to get out of there, you might be moving to Canada!







Well in that case, you need a medical insurance while you are in Canada.

Here we could offer:




Toll Free: 1-888-298-6526 

Email : info@biis.ca





Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Travel insurance for Pregnant visitors



Are you expecting a baby soon? Congratulations!

If you're a visitor to Canada and looking for coverage for your pregnancy, we're pleased to offer Visitors to Canada Plan from Manulife.

It has a benefit for medical emergencies due to complications of pregnancy.
Although the benefit is limited to "complications", it sure is a huge relief for expected mothers.
Please note that complications that happen in the 9 weeks before or after the expected date of delivery are excluded. Expenses for routine prenatal care, child birth, and a new born are also excluded.

You can choose option from Plan A or Plan B.   
NO pre-existing medical conditions are covered in Plan A; meanwhile these conditions may be covered in Plan B if stable for 180 days prior to policy effective date.


Key Features and Benefits



Over all maximum limit $15,000, $25,000, $50,000,$100,000, $150,000(*)
Deductible Options
$75, $500, $1,000, $2,500, $5,000
Emergency medical attention including hospital and physician services reasonably and customary costs up to sum insured
Paramedical services
up to $500 per profession for chiropractor, osteopath, chiropodist, physiotherapist or podiatrist, pro-approval required
Ambulance transportation reasonably and customary costs up to sum insured
Emergency dental treatment
up to $300 for pain relief
Preparation and return of mortal remains up to $3000
Emergency air transportation home
Economy class fare via most cost-effective itinerary
Additional meals and hotel $150/day to a maximum $1500
Bring someone to your bedside if travelling alone
up to $3000 for the return economy class airfare via the most cost-effective itinerary
Childcare $100/day to a maximum$300/trip
Return of children
children's economy class airfare home via the most cost-effective itinerary
Trip Break pre-approval required
Travel Accident(AD&D)
up to overall maximum limit
Travel insurance coverage is subject to eligibility, limitations and exclusions. For full details, please consult with your Manulife representative. For complete terms, benefits, conditions and exclusions, please see policy wording.

For more information, please email us at info@biis.ca

To get a quote of Manulife Visitors to Canada Plan: click here

The language in this page may not be the same as the actual policy wording which will prevail in all instances and is available upon request. Certain exclusions, limitations and conditions may apply.