Visitor To Canada Insurance Plan Comparison

We are here comparing some of the important points of Visitor to Canada Insurance plans so that you can choose best for yourself. Have a look:

  • Services of Paramedical nature is limited to 50% of the services under plan A subject to a maximum of $300 per insured, per person, per profession whereas under Plan B and C limit is capped to a maximum of $500.
  • Under dental services limit under plan A is $2000 whereas under B it is $3000 and under Plan C, it is $4000. Under Plan B and C there is the benefit of $500 for emergency dental treatment for relief of pain caused other than by a blow to the face.
  • Repatriation benefit under Plan A is up to a maximum of $5,000 toward the actual cost incurred for the preparation of remains and up to $3,000 for cremation whereas under Plan B and C the coverage is up to $10,000 and $5,000 respectively.
  • Maternity benefit is not available under Plan A and Plan B whereas Plan C provides for expenses incurred in Canada in prenatal care, childbirth, miscarriage and postnatal care including complications up to $5,000.

* Please refer to policy wording for full details of benefits and exclusions.

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