It is required by the U.S. Department of State that Exchange Visitors have sufficient insurance coverage throughout their stay in the U.S. You may obtain coverage through your health insurance provider in your home country.
Please make sure that the following benefits are included:
● Medical benefits of at least $100,000 per accident or illness
● Repatriation of remains in the amount of $25,000
● Expenses associated with the medical evacuation of the exchange visitor to his or her home country in the amount of $50,000
● A deductible not to exceed $500 per accident or illness.
You may purchase health insurance through TaiAn Financial LLC, an American insurance company based in Carmel, Indiana. This health insurance covers the required benefits. To secure insurance through TaiAn Financial LLC, please click on this link, fill in the required information, and print out your confirmation after completing payment.
Attention! Please enter the following dates as the insurance duration: The starting date should be your day of entry into the U.S. and the ending date should be 30 days after the end of your internship and training.
Please attach an insurance confirmation to your application, which details your name, the terms of the coverage, and the exact dates of validity (it should be valid from the day of entry into the U.S. until 30 days after the end of the internship).
Please be aware that all exchange visitors and any accompanying spouse and dependent(s) may be subject to the requirements of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
Gravity International Programs Inc. is designated by the U.S. Department of State as a sponsor of the Exchange Visitor Program in Training and Intern categories. Our goal to provide cultural exchange programs brings diverse people from around the world together for the common purpose of expanding capabilities, enriching experiences and forming lasting connections. These training and internship programs are intended to increase participants’ understanding of the American culture and society and to enhance Americans’ knowledge of foreign cultures and skills through an open interchange of ideas between participants and their host companies.