VISIT® Medical Evacuation and Repatriation

Annual Coverage Designed for J Visa and Other Visa Holders

Make sure you have proper coverage for your visa.

If you are studying in the USA on a J visa, you are required to have a minimum of $50,000 emergency medical evacuation coverage and a minimum of $25,000 for repatriation of remains. VISIT Medical Evacuation and Repatriation is an annual plan that provides this protection.

Who can buy the Medical Evacuation and Repatriation plan?

Any non-U.S. citizen and non-U.S. resident who is traveling to the USA and participating in full-time educational activities can buy this plan. You are not required to have a visa.

What if I already have a medical insurance plan?

Some schools may require you to buy the university's health insurance plan. However, these plans often do not provide evacuation and repatriation coverage.

What is medical evacuation and repatriation coverage?

It covers the expenses and associated services for your emergency medical evacuation or repatriation back to your home country.

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VISIT® Medical Evacuation and Repatriation

This plan only pays benefits for eligible occurrences that originate during the period of coverage. All benefits listed in this schedule of benefits are in United States Dollar amounts. Unless otherwise indicated, all benefits are per person, per period of coverage, and provided up to the amount shown.
Period of Coverage
365 days
Coverage Area
United States
Emergency Medical Evacuation and Repatriation*
Return of Mortal Remains*
Local Burial or Cremation*
Accidental Death & Dismemberment (AD&D) included for
 Principal Sum Primary Insured: $10,000 Principal Sum Primary Spouse:$5,000  Principal Sum Child(ren): $1,000    Aggregate Limit Total Number of Insured Persons on Plan:$250,000
Travel Assistance Services
*This benefit must be arranged by Seven Corners Assist. Failure to utilize Seven Corners Assist may result in the denial of benefits.
Frequently asked questions
How this plan works
What documents do I receive after buying travel insurance from Seven Corners?
What are J visa requirements?
Who can buy a VISIT® Medical Evacuation and Repatriation plan?
Where can I travel?
How long can I be covered by this plan?
When does my coverage start?
When does my coverage end?
Does this plan provide primary coverage or secondary coverage?
Will Seven Corners give me a refund for this plan if I’m not satisfied?
Where can I find what is not covered by this plan?
Who provides the coverage for this plan?
PPACA – Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
Does this plan provide benefits required by PPACA?

Good Faith Efforts
Seven Corners will make good faith efforts to provide the services and assistance described on this web page. If Seven Corners is unable to do so due to circumstances beyond its control or due to circumstances that make it unsafe for persons to provide such services and assistance, then Seven Corners will provide the services and assistance to the extent reasonable and possible. If Seven Corners is unable to directly arrange services, expenses incurred by you for services that would otherwise be covered under this plan and that would typically be arranged by Seven Corners may be eligible for reimbursement and should be submitted for consideration. It is your responsibility to preserve all documentation of related financial transactions you wish to be considered for reimbursement.

This website is intended as a brief summary of benefits and services. It is not part of your plan document and does not contain a complete summary of your coverage. If there is any difference between this website and your plan document, the provisions of the plan document will prevail. Benefits and plan costs are subject to change. Coverage may vary and may not be available in all jurisdictions.

It is your responsibility to maintain all records regarding travel history and age and provide necessary documents to Seven Corners to verify eligibility requirements.