Expatriate expatriation insurance provides coverage for expenses incurred outside the UK.
The benefits of expatriating include free travel to and from the UK, free medical treatment, and the right to claim up to £3,000 in medical expenses each year.
The cost of this insurance is calculated by deducting from your income any foreign income, foreign property, or any property in the UK you acquire before you leave the UK or until you are no longer resident there.
You can find out more about expatriated expatriations and how to apply for expatriacy insurance here.
What is expatriative expatriat?
The word ‘expat’ is used to describe someone who is a British citizen who has been living in the United Kingdom for more than six months.
You will normally be entitled to free travel and free medical treatments if you’re eligible to travel to the UK with a British partner.
The UK has one of the lowest rates of expatisation in the world.
Expatriation is a legal term that means you’ve been living overseas for a period of time, typically longer than two years.
You may qualify for an expatriATE insurance policy if you: have a UK permanent resident card or visa