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ISO
150 West 30th Street, Suite 1101
New York, NY 10001
Phone:
(800) 244-1180
Fax:
(212) 262-8920
ISO
150 West 30th Street, Suite 1101
New York, NY 10001
Office hours are Monday to Friday, 9 AM to 6 PM EST
Phones

Toll free:

(800) 244-1180
Fax
(212) 262-8920
E-Mails

Customer care:

customercare@isoa.org

Toll free phone

(800) 244-1180

General phone

(212) 262-8922
Fax
(212) 262-8920

Customer care E-mail

customercare@isoa.org

General E-mail

mailbox@isoa.org

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Necessity

Hospitalization only plan for non-U.S. citizens

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Main Benefits

  • Plan offers $100,000 for hospitalization only
  • Medical evacuation & repatriation benefits
  • Doctor visit & prescriptions are covered only when hospitalized!!!

Monthly Rate

$XX

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  • 25 - 29
    $54
  • 30 - 64
    $65
  • 7 - 24
    $39
  • Dependent
    $65

Benefits Highlights

  • Lifetime maximum:
    No Lifetime Maximum
  • Maximum per injury/sickness:
    $150,000
  • Deductible per event at SHC / PPO / else:
    $100 / $100
  • Medical evacuation:
    $20,000
  • Repatriation of remains:
    $15,000
  • Annual maximum:
    $150,000
  • Co-insurance in network:
    80% up to $20,000; 100% up to $150,000, hospitalization only
  • Co-insurance out-of-network:
    60% up to $150,000 of Reasonable & Customary charges, hospitalization only
  • Pre-existing conditions:
    Not covered

Eligibility

You are eligible if you are a non-U.S. citizen and a member of ISO - Int’l Student Organization in the USA. You must have a current passport or visa to the USA, and are temporarily residing outside your home country/country of permanent residence. Your non-U.S. citizen dependent children are also eligible for coverage if accompanying you.
For purposes of this insurance, if your home country (passport country) is different from your country of permanent residence (location in which you permanently reside), you will not be covered in either location. Permanent residents are not eligible for coverage.