INDIA NETWORK IMMIGRATION RESEARCH AND INFORMATION
Work Immigration Visa People from other foreign nationals are allowed to work in the United States. It is required to have a specific employment offer through a U.S. employer or sponsor. Work visa include the following visa: H-1B Visa: This is designed for specialty occupation. L-1A/B Visa: Designed for intra-company transferee J-1 Visa: Great for exchange visitors […]
Student Immigration Tips. It is great to go abroad for studies. Most people want to send their children to America for different studies, exposure to culture, technology, and more. Applying for student visa can be time consuming if you don’t know the necessary procedures. Below are a number of student visa options to consider: F-1 […]
Entering the United States for business requires getting an appropriate visa. People from other countries are required to get visa when visiting for pleasure, business, or medical treatment. Business Visas: B-1: For foreign people who wish to enter the United States for business reasons. B-2: For families of B-1 visa holders, tourists, medical tourists, and […]
The India Network Immigration Information Service is committed to excellence in providing quality resources on immigration to researchers, and users of immigration services. In this effort, we provide several links to resources at other locations from various countries that have a long standing immigration policies. India Network under the direction of Dr. KV Rao invited Ms. Sheela Murthy, an immigration attorney to help with questions from Asian Indian community in 1996. Attorney Murthy has taken shown keen interest in the project and donated several hours probono. Sheela used to answer several questions received every week at India Network through her forum news letter that was distributed and posted to India Network Immigration Law Listserv.
In the process of assisting newly arrived students, and other visitors, it is clear that many of them are not aware of the consequences of not having adequate health and accidental insurance. This lead to design of a special health insurance program to cover students and visitors from Abroad to the United States. The India Network Health Insurance Program has been the brain child of Dr. KV Rao, a demographer and a statistician by training. Professor Rao spent enormous time in studying various programs and talking to several members of physician groups such as American Association of Physicians of India Orign and came up with the plan in 1991. The plan originally attracted students and few parents in 1991, the first year of its operation. Today, India Network health insurance program is leading the accident and health insurance programs in the United States offering coverage for pre-existing conditions without any medical underwriting for immigrants, students, temporary workers.
It is advised that all visitors get health insurance for new and existing conditions, accidents, and death (funeral and repatriation benefits). Below are some of great insurance policies underwritten by CHUBB American Insurance Company.
- CHUBB Accidental Death and dismemberment coverage: Yearly premium with coverage of $25,000, $50,000 or $100,000
- CHUBB Visitor Health Insurance: Depending on age groups, pre-existing conditions, and other factors, there are comprehensive plans and fixed benefit plans to fit every budget, and need.