J-1 Student Visa Status Holders
J-1 students and their J-2 dependents are required to have medical health insurance which meets all mandatory requirements set forth by the United States Department of State and the University.
- J students MUST enroll their J-2 dependent(s) in their plan or in a private insurance plan which meets all U.S. Department of State federal regulations and University requirements. The U.S. Department of State requires J-1 students and their J-2 dependents to have medical health insurance coverage for the duration of their J status.
- J students will be contacted by International Services to submit proof of insurance if covered by a private medical health insurance plan for themselves and/or their J-2 dependent(s) as required by the U.S. Department of State.
- Minimum coverage of $25,000 repatriation of remains to home country (pre-existing conditions related deaths (including suicide) must be covered; coverage must remain in force during entire stay in the U.S).
- Minimum coverage of $50,000 medical evacuation of the exchange visitor to home country (pre-existing conditions related illnesses must be covered; coverage must remain in force during entire stay in the U.S).
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