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Navigator Student

Worldwide Health Insurance for International Students and Faculty in the U.S. and Abroad

3 Months to 364 Days

Navigator Student is an innovator and leader in helping world travelers and expatriates stay safe and gain easy access to quality healthcare all around the world.

What is GeoBlue Navigator?

Worldwide health insurance and services for students and faculty.

Why Choose GeoBlue Navigator?

The GeoBlue Navigator health plan meets the needs of international students and faculty by offering comprehensive worldwide benefits-inside and outside the U.S.-without the typical limits, eligibility conditions and benefit exclusions common among traditional plans.

GeoBlue Navigator is the premier health plan for students and faculty because it combines these benefits with concierge-level medical assistance and easy access to the Blue Cross and Blue Shield provider network, the largest provider network in the U.S., and an elite community of carefully selected providers outside the U.S. GeoBlue Navigator gives students and faculty peace of mind, knowing they have the freedom to access top medical care no matter where their studies or assignments take them.

Does GeoBlue offer coverage for assignments shorter than 3 months?

For study or assignments inbound to the U.S., the minimum length of stay is 3 months under the GeoBlue Navigator plan. GeoBlue Voyager Choice provides coverage for students and faculty traveling outside of the U.S. for short-term research, study or international experience.

An experience well beyond that of traditional health insurance.

We provide unsurpassed service and the convenience of mobile technology to access the best medical care no matter what town, country or time zone.

Easy Access to an Elite International Provider Community
Strength of the Blue Brands in the U.S.

Members have cashless access to the Blue Cross and Blue Shield network in all fifty states.

More than 95% of physicians and more than 96% of hospitals across the U.S. are a part of the BlueCard Network.

Outside the U.S.

The administrator has a network of doctors that includes almost every speciality you may need in over 190 countries.

Only a small fraction of doctors around the world meet the administrator's standards - participation is by invitation only. We seek out professionals certified by the American or Royal Board of Medical Specialties who speak English, and we factor in recommendations from over 169 Physician Advisors from all over the world. Then we assemble in-depth profiles so our members can choose with confidence, and we put formal contracts in place to ensure patient access. Once they've seen you, the doctors bill us directly so you don't have to file a claim.

Emergency Evacuation and Centers of Excellence

The administrator coordinates emergency services with a worldwide network of contracted Regional Physician Advisors as well as air ambulance operators selected for their safety records. Members in need of life-saving medical intervention are treated in Centers of Excellence in the U.S. and around the world whenever possible.

Around-the-Clock Assistance Call Center

The administrator maintains a 24/7, toll-free call center to assist members with everything from routine requests to medical emergencies. Our staff has years of experience with international medical assistance and has close working relationships with its International Provider Community.

Affordable monthly premium with no loading!

Unsurpassed Member Services

Direct Pay- Paperless, Cashless, Convenient

Members can avoid paying out of pocket for care by using Direct Pay. Through this service participating providers outside the U.S. bill the administrator directly for covered medical treatment.

Personal Solutions

GeoBlue Navigator members enjoy a full range of Personal Solutions. Your online tool kit allows you to check medical symptoms, understand your health risks and access personalized prevention and wellness recommendations.

Informed Choice-To Get the Care You Need

If members experience unanticipated medical problems, they can request local, regional or global treatment alternatives through the Informed Choice service.

Travels with You

While traveling across the globe with the administrators mobile app, members can quickly and conveniently find and access quality care using your mobile device.

Why Choose the GeoBlue Navigator Plan?

A Recognized Leader

The administrator is a recognized leader in international health insurance and medical assistance services, serving hundreds of thousands of world travelers annually.

Highest Standards of Service

The administrator meets the highest expectations of quality. They have set new standards for international assistance services and for applying stringent criteria when contracting with doctors and hospitals.

World Class Healthcare

We have the expertise and capability to meet any medical need efficiently and effectively. This can be support for a minor issue or help for a major issue, not matter where you are.

Group Quotes Available

Educational organizations can cover groups with 25 or more enrollees. Group plan designs can be customized.

GeoBlue Navigator Advantages

  1. The strength of the Blue brand. The administrator is an independent licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association
  2. Cashless access to the best provider networks inside and outside the U.S.
  3. Choice of deductible options (waived for office visits)
  4. $30 office visit copay (reduced to $10 outside the U.S.)
  5. Coinsurance waived for care outside the U.S.
  6. Pre-existing conditions exclusion waived with prior creditable coverage
  7. No exclusion for specified conditions in the first 6 months
  8. Sports and alcohol related injuries covered

How the Plan Works

GeoBlue Navigator offers comprehensive benefits and a range of deductible options that allow members to select the right amount of insurance coverage for their budget and lifestyle. For detailed benefit schedule and rates, please see below. To calculate your total out-of-pocket expense, add the deductible and coinsurance maximum together as a total.

For families, the deductible and coinsurance maximum is a multiple of 2.5.

After 364 days of continuous coverage, Navigator members may re-enroll in a plan that matches their existing benefits.

GeoBlue Navigator Plan Highlights

  • Unlimited annual and lifetime medical maximum
  • Physician office visits including preventive care
  • Hospitalization, surgery and diagnostic care
  • Coinsurance: 20% in-network/40% out-of-network (waived outside the U.S.)
  • Prescription drug coverage included
  • Physical therapy, mental health and substance abuse
  • Medical Evacuation, Repatriation of Remains and AD&D

Choose the Proper Level of Coverage

GeoBlue Navigator offers comprehensive benefits and a range of deductible options that allow members to select the right amount of insurance coverage for their budget and lifestyle.

GeoBlue Navigator Options
Outside U.S.U.S. In-NetworkU.S. Out-of- Network

* Amounts paid to satisfy a deductible are credited to all other deductibles. Deductible waived for office visits.
** These plan choices meet and exceed the J1 Visa requirements.

How to Apply

Applications are available online or may be initiated by telephone or email. A personal check, money order or credit card number must accompany the application and must be sufficient to pay for one month of standard premium. The administrator will hold the form of payment until an underwriting decision is made. If your application is accepted, the payment will be applied to your account. Quotes obtained online or by telephone are advisory only. Actual premium is determined by the medical underwriting process.

The administrator will review your medical history as provided on the application and may request an Attending Physician's Statement. The administrator publishes standard premium rates for non-smokers. Smokers and other applicants with certain medical histories may be offered a policy at a higher rate. Not all applicants will be accepted. Your effective date of insurance will be on the 1st or 15th day of the month following underwriting approval.

Member Welcome Kit

When your application is accepted, the administrator will mail you and any family members covered under the plan a Welcome Kit with identification cards, a certificate of insurance and instructions on how to register online.

Procedures for filing a claim or requesting direct payment of participating providers will also be included.

About the Global Citizens Association

The Global Citizens Association is a national organization dedicated to promoting the interests of international travelers. Established more than 25 years ago, the GCA, is a not for profit affinity association located in Washington D.C., established to enhance global learning and lifestyles through safe and healthy world travel; to provide its members with useful international travel services and to make group international travel and health insurance coverages available to its members. Visit the GCA website to learn about the association's programs. This insurance is available only to GCA members and by enrolling, you will become a member. Association enrollment fees are included in the amounts charged for the insurance. You are not obligated to purchase any services or products from the GCA. The GCA is not affiliated with any insurance company.


GeoBlue Navigator is designed for extended living abroad. You can choose to enroll in a new plan when your existing plan expires. When you do, there are no medical questions and premium rates do not change based on your individual claims history. Your new rate will be the same as all persons covered in your rating class.

How Coverage Ends

Your coverage ends on the earlier of:

  1. The last day of the month after the date the Insured Person is no longer eligible;
  2. The end of the last period for which premium has been paid;
  3. The date the Policy terminates;
  4. The date of fraud or misrepresentation of a material fact by the Insured Person, except as indicated in the Time Limit on Certain Defenses provision.

Extension of Benefits

If an Insured Person is Totally Disabled on the date of termination of the Policy, coverage will be extended until the earlier of:

  1. The date payment of the maximum benefit occurs;
  2. The date the Insured person ceases to be Totally Disabled; or
  3. The end of 90 days following the date of termination.

Pre-existing conditions

The GeoBlue Navigator plan does not cover services for treatment of a medical condition for which medical advice, diagnosis, care, or treatment was recommended or received during 180 days immediately preceding the member's eligibility date.

Creditable coverage

The 365-day pre-existing conditions period can be reduced or eliminated if you have been covered by a creditable group or individual health insurance plan.

For benefits, exclusions, eligibility and other important information, please see below.

GeoBlue Navigator Benefit Schedule

GeoBlue Navigator has three tiers of coinsurance: 100% outside the U.S., 80% in-network in the U.S., 60% out-of-network inside the U.S. All GeoBlue Navigator plans have an unlimited lifetime maximum and a $250,000 maximum benefit for emergency medical evacuation.

The Out-of-Pocket Maximum is calculated by adding the deductible and coinsurance maximum together. Please refer to chart above.

BenefitsOutside the U.S.In-Network, U.S.Out-of-Network, U.S.
Primary and Preventative Care - Deductible is Waived
Primary Care Office Visits - as many as 8 visits per Calendar YearAll except a $10 copay per visitAll except a $30 copay per visit60% to Coinsurance Maximum then 100%
Preventative Care for Babies/Children: (Birth to Age 18) for Office Visits/Examination and Immunizations, Lab work & X-rays100%80% to Coinsurance Maximum then 100%60% to Coinsurance Maximum then 100%
Preventive Care For Adults: (Age 19 and Older) for Routine Pap Smears, Annual Mammogram, PSA For Men, and Immunizations as recommended by the Center for Disease Control (CDC)100%80% to Coinsurance Maximum then 100%60% to Coinsurance Maximum then 100%
Travel Vaccinations100% Maximum Covered Expense of $500 per Calendar Year.80% to Coinsurance Maximum then 100%60% to Coinsurance Maximum then 100%
Annual Physical Examination Health Screening100% Maximum Covered Expense of $250 and limited to one per Calendar Year.80% to Coinsurance Maximum then 100% Maximum Covered one per Calendar Year.60% to Coinsurance Maximum then 100% Maximum Covered Expense of $250 and limited to Expense of $250 and limited to one per Calendar Year.
Outpatient Services - Insurer pays after the Deductible is Met
Outpatient Medical Care100%80% to Coinsurance Maximum then 100%60% to Coinsurance Maximum then 100%
Inpatient Hospital Services - Insurer pays after the Deductible is Met
Surgery, X-rays, In-hospital doctor visits, Organ/Tissue Transplant100%80% to Coinsurance Maximum then 100%60% to Coinsurance Maximum then 100%
Inpatient Medical Emergency100%80% to Coinsurance Maximum then 100%60% to Coinsurance Maximum then 100%
Professional Services-Surgery, Anesthesia, Radiation Therapy, In-Hospital Doctor Visits, Diagnostic X-ray and Lab Work.100%80% to Coinsurance Maximum then 100%60% to Coinsurance Maximum then 100%
Other Services - Insurer pays after the Deductible is Met, unless noted
Ambulatory Surgical Center100%80% to Coinsurance Maximum then 100%60% to Coinsurance Maximum then 100%
Physical/Occupational Therapy/MedicineDeductible is waived. Covered Expenses up to $50 per visit, and as many as 6 visits per Calendar Year
Ambulance Service100%80% to Coinsurance Maximum then 100%60% to Coinsurance Maximum then 100%
Durable Medical Equipment100%80% to Coinsurance Maximum then 100%60% to Coinsurance Maximum then 100%
Mental, Emotional or Functional Nervous Disorders, Alcoholism or Drug Abuse
Inpatient Mental Health100% up to 60 days80% up to 60 days60% up to 60 days
Outpatient Mental Health75% up to 40 visits / 60% thereafter75% up to 40 visits / 60% thereafter75% up to 40 visits / 60% thereafter
Inpatient Substance Abuse100% up to 60 days detox80% up to 60 days detox60% up to 60 days detox
Outpatient Substance Abuse75% up to 40 visits / 60% thereafter75% up to 40 visits / 60% thereafter75% up to 40 visits / 60% thereafter
Outpatient Prescription Drugs100% of actual charge up to an annual maximum of $5,000.
Maximum 90 - day supply
100% of actual charge up to an annual maximum of $5,000.
Maximum 90 - day supply
100% of actual charge up to an annual maximum of $5,000.
Maximum 90 - day supply
Dental Care Required Due to an Injury100% of Covered Expenses up to $500 per Calendar Year maximum100% of Covered Expenses up to $500 per Calendar Year maximum100% of Covered Expenses up to $500 per Calendar Year maximum
Global Travel Benefits - Insurer Waives Deductible
Accidental Death and DismembermentDeductible is waived. Maximum Benefit: Principal Sum up to $10,000
Repatriation of Mortal RemainsDeductible is waived. Maximum Benefit up to $25,000
Emergency Medical TransportationDeductible is waived. Maximum Lifetime Benefit for all Evacuations up to $250,000

This is intended to be a sample benefit schedule. Changes may occur to benefits, rates and terms annually.

Excluded Services

The plan does not provide benefits for:

  1. Expenses incurred prior to the beginning of the current Period of Coverage or after the end of the current Period of Coverage except as described in the Extension of Benefits
  2. Hospitalization, services and supplies that are not Medically Necessary.
  3. Services or supplies that are not specifically mentioned in this Certificate
  4. Services related to pregnancy or maternity care other than for Complications of Pregnancy.
  5. Services or supplies for any illness or injury arising out of or in the course of employment for which benefits are available under any Workers' Compensation Law or other similar laws whether or not you make a claim for such compensation or receive such benefits. This exclusion does not apply to Protection and Indemnity Insurance for marine crew members.
  6. Services or supplies that are furnished to you by the local, state or federal government and for any services or supplies to the extent payment or benefits are provided or available from the local, state or federal government whether or not that payment or benefits are received.
  7. Conditions caused by or contributed by: (a) An act of war; (b) The inadvertent release of nuclear energy when government funds are available for treatment of Illness or Injury arising from such release of nuclear energy; (c) A Covered Person participating in the military service of any country; (d) A Covered Person participating in an insurrection, rebellion, or riot; (e) Services received for any condition caused by a Covered Person's commission of, or attempt to commit a felony or to which a contributing cause was the Covered Person being engaged in an illegal occupation.
  8. Services or supplies that do not meet accepted standards of medical and/or dental practice.
  9. Investigational Services and Supplies and all related services and supplies.
  10. Routine physical examinations, unless otherwise specified in this Certificate.
  11. Services or supplies received during an Inpatient stay when the stay is primarily related to behavioral, social maladjustment, lack of discipline or other antisocial actions that are not specifically the result of Mental Illness.
  12. Cosmetic Surgery and related services and supplies, whether or not for psychological purposes, except for the correction of congenital deformities or for conditions resulting from accidental injuries, scars, tumors or diseases that occur after your Coverage Date.
  13. Services or supplies for which you are not required to make payment or would have no legal obligation to pay if you did not have this or similar coverage.
  14. Charges for failure to keep a scheduled visit or charges for completion of a claim form.
  15. Durable medical equipment not specifically listed as Covered Services in the Covered Services section of this Plan. Excluded durable medical equipment includes, but is not limited to: orthopedic shoes (except when joined to braces) or shoe inserts, including orthotics; air purifiers, air conditioners, humidifiers; exercise equipment, treadmills; spas; elevators; supplies for comfort, hygiene or beautification; disposable sheaths and supplies; correction appliances or support appliances and supplies such as stockings.
  16. Care and treatment by a Chiropractor.
  17. Care and treatment by an Acupuncturist.
  18. Special braces, splints, specialized equipment, appliances, ambulatory apparatus, battery implants, except as specifically mentioned in this Certificate.
  19. Blood derivatives that are not classified as drugs in the official formularies.
  20. Eyeglasses, contact lenses or cataract lenses and the examination for prescribing or fitting of glasses or contact lenses or for determining the refractive state of the eye, except as specifically mentioned in this Certificate.
  21. Treatment to change the refraction of one or both eyes (laser eye correction), including refractive keratectomy (RK) and photorefractive keratectomy (PRK).
  22. Hearing aids, including but not limited to semi-implantable hearing devices, audiant bone conductors and Bone Anchored Hearing Aids (BAHAs), except as covered under this Plan as shown in the Schedule of Benefits section. A hearing aid is any device that amplifies sound.
  23. Treatment of flat foot conditions and the prescription of supportive devices for such conditions and the treatment of subluxations of the foot.
  24. Routine foot care, except for persons diagnosed with diabetes, including the cutting or removal of corns or calluses; the trimming of nails, routine hygienic care and any service rendered in the absence of localized Illness, Injury or symptoms involving the feet.
  25. Immunizations, unless otherwise specified in this Certificate.
  26. Therapy or treatment intended primarily to improve or maintain general physical condition or for the purpose of enhancing job, school, athletic or recreational performance, including but not limited to routine, long term, or maintenance care which is provided after the resolution of the acute medical problem and when significant therapeutic improvement is not expected.
  27. Non-medical counseling or ancillary services, including but not limited to Custodial Care services, education, training, vocational rehabilitation, behavioral training, gym or swim therapy, legal or financial counseling, biofeedback, neuro-feedback, hypnosis, sleep therapy, employment counseling, back to school, return to work services, work hardening programs, driving safety, and services, training, educational therapy or other non-medical ancillary services for learning disabilities, developmental delays or intellectual disabilities.
  28. Diagnostic Service as part of routine physical examinations or check-ups, premarital examinations, determination of the refractive errors of the eyes, auditory problems, surveys, case-finding, research studies, screening, or similar procedures and studies, or tests which are Investigational unless otherwise specified in this Certificate.
  29. Procurement or use of prosthetic devices, special appliances and surgical implants which are for cosmetic purposes, the comfort and convenience of the patient, or unrelated to the treatment of a disease or injury.
  30. Services and supplies rendered or provided for human organ or tissue transplants other than those specifically named in this Certificate.
  31. Investigational or experimental organ transplantation including animal to human organ transplants.
  32. Consultations performed by you, your spouse, parents or children.
  33. Medical and Hospital care and costs for the infant child of a Dependent, unless this infant child is otherwise eligible under this Plan.
  34. Charges for the services of a standby Physician.
  35. Medical and surgical services, initial and repeat, intended for the treatment or control of Obesity, except for treatment of clinically severe (Morbid) Obesity as shown in Covered Expenses, including: medical and surgical services to alter appearance or physical changes that are the result of any surgery performed for the management of Obesity or clinically severe (Morbid) Obesity; and weight loss programs or treatments, whether prescribed or recommended by a Physician or under medical supervision.
  36. Treatment for hair loss.
  37. Growth hormone treatment for children with familial short stature (short stature based upon heredity and not caused by a diagnosed medical condition).
  38. Dental treatment, dental surgery, dental prostheses and orthodontic treatment unless otherwise specified in this Certificate.
  39. Dental Implants: Dental materials implanted into or on bone or soft tissue or any associated procedure as part of the implantation or removal of dental implants.
  40. Medical aids unless otherwise specified in this Certificate.
  41. Services and treatment related to elective abortions.
  42. Infertility, Assisted Reproduction And Sterilization Reversal
  43. Treatment of infertility, including procedures, supplies and drugs;
  44. Any assisted reproduction techniques, regardless of reason or origin of condition, including but not limited to, artificial insemination, in-vitro fertilization, and gamete intra-fallopian transplant (GIFT) and any direct or indirect complications thereof.
  45. Please Note: This exclusion does not apply to the diagnosis of infertility or the surgical correction or a condition causing infertility. This would be treated the same as any other medical condition.
  46. Expenses incurred for, or related to gender reassignment surgery.
  47. Any services or supplies for the treatment of male or female sexual dysfunction such as, but not limited to, treatment of erectile dysfunction (including penile implants), anorgasmia, and premature ejaculation.
  48. Non-prescription drugs.
  49. Nutritional counseling or food supplements, except for treatment of Phenylketonuria (PKU) and other inherited metabolic diseases and diabetes.
  50. Telephone, e-mail, and Internet consultations unless specifically approved by the Administrator due to limited resources while located in a country outside of the United States.
  51. Loss arising from
  52. participating in any professional sport, contest or competition;
  53. SCUBA diving
  54. Whenever coverage provided by this Certificate would be in violation of any U.S. economic or trade sanctions, such coverage shall be null and void.

GeoBlue Navigator Students and Faculty Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Who is eligible to buy a GeoBlue NavigatorSM plan?

    U.S. citizens and U.S. permanent residents living abroad who are 75 or younger at the time of application are eligible to apply for coverage. Legal residents of the U.S. (citizens and residents) are eligible if they apply from the U.S. The Eligible Member must be scheduled to reside outside his/her country for at least 3 months per year and must be involved in Educational activity. This includes:

    • International Students living in the U.S.
    • International Faculty and Research Scholars in the U.S.
    • Optional Practical Training (OPT) Participants living in the U.S.
    • U.S. Students and Faculty, planning on studying outside the U.S., applying from either inside or outside the U.S.
  2. How long will the medical underwriting process take?

    The underwriting time frame depends on the verification of student status listed on the application. Our commitment is to respond to a submission in writing within 24 - 48 hours. In some instances, this may mean that we send a request for additional information to the applicant, such as a copy of a tuition bill, class schedule or letter from the registrar, or to notify the applicant that they erroneously missed a question on the application form. Our turnaround time in these situations will depend on how quickly the applicant responds to our request.

    If we receive the application before the requested effective date, we can honor the effective date even if the approval comes through thereafter.

    If you are applying for coverage as a student only, you are eligible for our expedited underwriting process. If you are a student in need of dependent coverage, an OPT participant or you are a Faculty member/scholar, you will be directed through the normal underwriting process.

  3. How do I qualify for maternity benefits?

    After 364 days of continuous coverage, GeoBlue Navigator members may apply for a new plan that covers maternity costs up to $25,000 per pregnancy for all inpatient and outpatient care related to a covered pregnancy. This is inclusive of pre-natal care, delivery and post-natal care. Note: a newborn may be added to the plan within 31 days of birth with no medical underwriting.

  4. Will my policy automatically renew? At what rate?

    You can enroll in a GeoBlue Navigator policy up to age 75. The policy does not automatically renew upon your request. You will be notified of your new plan rate at least 30 days prior to your policy expiration date. You must confirm your new policy rate in writing or by accepting the rate when logged in to our secure website. Plan rates are based on age at time of enrollment and are impacted by medical inflation. You will not be asked any medical questions and your personal health history will not determine your new rate. GeoBlue Navigator rates are standard rates for all members re-enrolling.

  5. When does my coverage end?

    We may terminate your policy if:

    • you no longer meet the eligibility requirements; or
    • you fail to pay your premium; or you exhaust the Lifetime Maximum Benefit of the plan; or
    • we discover that you committed fraud or misrepresented a material fact to us, except as indicated in the time limit of certain defenses provision; or
    • we terminate the plan in your geographic service area.

  6. Who is the insurer?

    GeoBlue Navigator is underwritten by 4 Ever Life International Limited (4ELI). 4ELI is an independent licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association and a wholly owned subsidiary of BCS Financial Corporation. BCS is owned by a consortium of Blue Cross and Blue Shield plans and the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association. 4 Ever Life International Limited is an A.M. Best "A-" rated (Excellent) carrier.

  7. Will my pre-existing condition be covered under a GeoBlue Navigator plan?

    If you were previously covered by a primary health plan that issues you a Certificate of Creditable Coverage, the administrator will credit you for this prior coverage. The number of months of coverage shown on the Certificate will reduce or eliminate the 12-month pre-existing condition waiting period. If you have 12 or more months of creditable coverage, your waiting period will be eliminated. If you have less than 12 months creditable coverage, your waiting period will be reduced by the number of months you had creditable coverage. For example, if you have 2 months of creditable coverage, your waiting period will be reduced from 12 months to 10 months.

  8. Am I guaranteed to be issued a GeoBlue Navigator policy if I apply?

    No, GeoBlue Navigator is not a guaranteed issue plan. Each application is medically underwritten.
    Your application may be 1) accepted, 2) accepted with a rate increase due to your health status, or 3) denied.

  9. Is the quote I receive binding?

    No. The quote you receive may not apply if 1) you misstated a material fact on your application, or 2) we increase the rate due to your health status.

  10. What is the Global Citizens Association?

    The Global Citizens Association (GCA) is a non-profit association located in Washington, D.C. serving the needs of the globally mobile with the goal of helping its members successfully pursue international living experiences through safe and healthy world travel that increase cross-cultural understanding.

    Founded in 1994 to serve international students, the GCA has grown to encompass world travelers and expatriates in all corners of the globe. The Association has sponsored GeoBlue and affiliated insurance programs for travelers for more than 25 years and is organized as a not-for-profit corporation under the laws of the District of Columbia.

  11. Does this plan meet the Affordable Care Acts requirement for Minimum Essential Coverage?

    This plan does not provide Minimum Essential Coverage and therefore does not meet the requirements of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Coverage by the insurer can be 1) accepted, 2) accepted with a rate increase, or 3) denied based on the health history of the applicants(s). A waiting period for pre-existing conditions applies unless you have 12 months of prior creditable coverage. For international Students on a J1, F1 or M1 Visa, you are exempted from any tax penalty under the Affordable Care Act. For Americans abroad, there is no tax penalty for purchasing this policy if you are outside the U.S. for 330 days or more in a calendar year.

  12. What about accessing participating providers?

    The administrator's Global Health and Safety services help members identify, access and pay for quality healthcare all over the world, including a contracted community of elite providers in 180 countries. Members can access these carefully selected providers and arrange for the bills to be sent directly to the administrator. Please note that in the U.S. a member can simply show his/her ID card at time of service and participating providers will only bill the member for any applicable deductible or copayment. Members have access to the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Network. Whether overseas or in the U.S., members can choose to use any doctor or hospital. Members are never restricted to a network. Please see the benefit schedules to see how coinsurance may apply.

  13. Do these plans meet the J-1 program Visa requirements effective May 15, 2015?

    Yes, the plan benefits and three deductible options meet and exceed the requirements. The deductible options that meet the requirements are the 0, 250 and 500 plans. Full details of the requirements can be found here.

  14. How do I order my prescriptions when I need them?

    Your GeoBlue Navigator plan comes with outpatient prescription drug coverage up to 100% of actual charges up to an annual max of $5,000 (90 day Max - Insurer waives deductible).

To access prescription drugs at a retail pharmacy inside of the U.S.

Locate a participating pharmacy online at Universal RX. Present your medical ID card to the participating pharmacy and pay your copay.

To access mail order prescription drugs outside the U.S.;

Online: Complete the online order form at
Email: Email a copy of your prescription(s) to [email protected]
Phone: Call an EPS representative to order within the U.S. at 540-777-1450; Hours: 8:30am –5:00pm EST, USA.
Fax: Fax your prescription(s) to: Universal Rx, Attention: EPS Team, 540-777-7184.


Navigator Health Plan - Premium Estimates (Effective July 1, 2019)
Under 30$309$296$285$263$228$201

Prices are subject to change. All coverage and premium decisions are subject to medical underwriting.


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Are you an exchange visitor to USA?

The U.S. Department of State requires all J visa holders to purchase compliant insurance.

Buy J visa medical insurance to meet your requirements.

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Traveling to Europe?

Schengen countries require most non-US citizens to purchase Schengen visa insurance.

Make an instant purchase online and get instant visa letter.

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Traveling frequently throughout the year?

You don't need to purchase travel insurance for every trip.

Purchase annual multi trip travel insurance for your travels.

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International student in the U.S.?

Most schools require international students to purchase health insurance.

Purchase international student health insurance that meets most school requirements.

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