E&M Global Insurance to Sponsor the AILA Central Florida Chapter’s Annual Conference

For Immediate Release:

E&M Global Insurance (the premier agency for international health/life insurance) is proud to announce their sponsorship of the AILA Central Florida Chapter’s: 31st Annual Immigration Law Conference.

The event held in Orlando from October 26-28th  will feature some of the top minds in the immigration field.

Evan Tunis, owner of E&M Global Insurance, “We are excited to continue are ongoing relationship with the American Immigration Lawyers Association.  We have gotten tremendous feedback from the annual conference in June and are excited to sponsor a conference in our backyard.  This will be another ideal venue where we can inform and educate about the benefits of our services.”

For more information on E&M Global Insurance please contact Evan Tunis at 800-974-5077.

The Benefits of Dual Citizenship

A few years ago, it was rare to have dual citizenship.  Now it has become more popular to own one, two or even three passports.

What are some of the benefits:

  1. Freedom to Travel
  2. Freedom to Open a Business in a Foreign Country
  3. Freedom from Taxation
  4. Health Insurance

For example, let use the country Malta.  Malta which is one of the most popular passports to get.  The reason for this is private equity or hedge funds can benefit from a friendly tax regime.  In addition, a passport in Malta also gives the individual eligibility to work anywhere in the European union.

For health insurance, the benefits could be vast.

For example, an individual who Is a U.S. Citizen who spends quite a bit of time in Germany can pay less than 50% then his counterpart in the United States.  Are the benefits different?  No.

The reason for this is the price of healthcare.  If you are in a country where healthcare is cheaper like Germany or Canada your premiums will also be cheaper.

In conclusion, it may make sense for an individual to get dual citizenship depending on circumstances.  At E&M we only specialize in life and health insurance for these individuals.  For a quote on an international health policy please call Evan Tunis at 800-974-5077.

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Fiance Visa(K-1) Health Insurance

Fiancé Visa(K-1) Health Insurance

A K-1 is a nonimmigrant visa that permits an expat of a U.S. Citizen to travel to the United States for marriage.  The marriage must be done within 90 days of their admission to the country.

For individuals looking for health insurance for their expected spouse this could create a significant issue and could threaten their Visa status.  I’ll explain further below.

As a newly arrived individual in the U.S. finding quality health insurance could be difficult.  Most of quality carriers (Non-Obamacare) will require the person to be a resident of the U.S. for 6 months. Many carriers also ask that the person to be a lawful U.S. Citizen or permanent resident.

At E&M Global Insurance we seek permanent solutions to this issue.  We believe an individual should have high quality PPO coverage from day one.

In addition, after speaking with many immigration attorneys having a health insurance plan already in place may help your chance by getting your visa more easily approved.  The government is wary of individuals coming in and being a drain on the health care system.  By having insurance, it shows them that no you are pro-active and this won’t be an issue.

To learn more about insurance for a Fiancé please give Evan Tunis a call at 800-974-5077.