Indigo Expat CLASSIC: international private medical insurance for expatriates
Living or working overseas? Indigo Expat CLASSIC is an international private medical insurance for expatriates, which will cover you and dependents Worldwide.
Indigo Expat CLASSIC is a pack for expatriates which includes a Core Plan, an Out-patient Plan and the Dental Plan. Three different plans are available, ie. with different levels of reimbursement for out-patient benefits (100%, 90% or 80%) and different limits. There are optional plans which can be purchased with this package : the Indigo Expat Evacuation and Repatriation Plan, the Maternity Plan. A deductible on out patient benefits can also be selected.
Please note that Indigo Expat CLASSIC plans are only available to individuals who are expatriated from France, Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Switzerland or Monaco.
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and send us your scanned Application Form by email !
Eligibility and services
Indigo Expat CLASSIC can be subscribed exclusively by expatriates who are (nationality) from Belgium, France, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Monaco or Switzerland. Subscription is done for 12 months.
Becoming a member gives you access to many advantages and services! For example, members can claim by using MyHealth App or by using the Fax&Scan service.
Indigo Expat CLASSIC is an exclusive international private medical insurance for expatriates, developped by and for Assurances et Conseils Moncey. The medical plans are insured and administered by Allianz Worldwide Care.
FAQ, implementation and renewal of your policy
Supporting web pages respond to some of your questions
– on benefits, reimbursments… : FAQ Indigo Expat
– on implementation, renewal of your contract: Your international healthcare insurance Indigo Expat, step by step
Please pay attention to the local regulation
Please note that subscribing to an international private medical insurance such as Indigo Expat CLASSIC does not free you from local regulations, and our plans are not substitute for local mandatory insurances
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