Insurance Services of America now offers improved versions of Inbound Guest, Inbound Immigrant and Inbound USA. All insureds under age 70 will receive an acute onset of a pre-existing condition benefit at no additional charge! Treatment must be received within 24 hours of the onset. Read More »
According to the Official website of the Department of Homeland Security
|Q:||What is the Inspection Process?|
|A:||All persons arriving at a port-of-entry to the United States are subject to inspection by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Officers. CBP Officers will conduct the Immigration, Customs and Agriculture components of the Inspections process. If a traveler has health concerns, he/she will be referred to a Public Health Officer for a separate screening. Read More »|
Failing brakes were the cause of a traffic accident in Haiti that killed four Michigan residents on a medical mission, several sources said Saturday.
The group left around 8 a.m. or 9 a.m. Friday and the accident happened near the southern coastal town of Jacmel, said Theresa Patterson, co-founder and executive director of the Parish Twinning Program of the Americas, a Nashville, Tenn., Catholic charity that runs Matthew 25.
Here is a wonderful website to help assist you for all of your traveling needs. It’s a compiled list of almost every country in the world, with traveling facts, tips and warnings.
Take a moment to look at this website if you’re planning on traveling anywhere soon, which we assume you are since you’re on our website!
January 19, 2013
The Department of State warns U.S. citizens of the risks of travel to Algeria. This replaces the Travel Warning for Algeria dated September 13, 2012, to update information on the current security situation in Algeria, the continuing threat posed by terrorism, and to reiterate information on security incidents and recommendations on security awareness. Read More »
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The Department of State alerts U.S. citizens residing in or traveling to the South Pacific region about the ongoing threat of tropical cyclones affecting the area. While tropical cyclones in the South Pacific may occur throughout the year, the South Pacific Tropical Cyclone Season began on November 1 and ends April 30. U.S. citizens living in or traveling to the region should monitor local weather reports and take other appropriate action as needed. This Travel Alert replaces the South Pacific Cyclone Season Travel Alert issued on December 14, 2011 to incorporate technical edits and expires on April 30, 2013. Read More »
When traveling internationally one thing you need to do is make sure you have the right kind of health insurance plan. Learn about health insurance and international destinations with help from a licensed health and life insurance agent in this free video clip.
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How Can I Save Money on My Smartphone Bill When Traveling Internationally?
By: Adam Dachis
I’m planning a trip abroad and I want to be able to use my smartphone without racking up an enormous bill. What’s the best way to save money and stay in contact while traveling internationally?
Your smartphone provider loves to charge high rates for international roaming. The charges, to some extent, are understandable because they don’t necessarily have infrastructure where you’re traveling. That said, charges are higher than you want to pay and, in some cases, much higher than they ought to be. With a few adjustments and tricks, you can communicate on the cheap without a problem. Read More »
US State Department Travel Warning for Haiti
The Department of State has issued this Travel Warning to inform U.S. citizens traveling to or living in Haiti about the current security situation. This replaces the Travel Warning dated June 18, 2012, updating information regarding the level of crime, the presence of cholera, lack of adequate infrastructure – particularly in medical facilities – seasonal severe inclement weather, and limited police protection. The United Nations’ Stabilization Force for Haiti (MINUSTAH) remains in Haiti.