This covers expats and freelancers who don’t yet have full-time employment in Germany.
Anyone applying for a first time visa or residence permit needs health insurance. This covers almost all visas.
Enrolled in a coding program or language school? This plan covers you for the duration of your stay.
Earning less than €450 a month? Or are you only in Germany for a summer internship? Our expat plan has you covered.
Highly trained professionals who are neither university students nor employees may have difficulty registering for public health insurance in Germany. In this case, our expat plan is perfect for you.
Expat health insurance (sometimes referred to as “incoming insurance”) is a great solution for your first few years in Germany. It’s good, affordable coverage that fulfills the legal requirements for obtaining your first visa or temporary residence permit. Signup is simple and payments are made month-to-month. Cancel anytime with just one click. Some visa exclusions apply.
This plan covers any unexpected medical treatments and procedures, as well as associated follow-up costs.
If a sudden illness requires treatment or hospitalization, this plan covers all costs.
If you are injured or have health problems that require you to be transported by an ambulance to a medical facility as an , your costs will be covered.
In particularly serious cases, you may need to return to your home country for treatment. Our expat plan will cover the travel costs.
Up to €200/year for preventive dental care.
Up to €200/year for visual aids like glasses or contacts.
Protection for your home and your belongings
Protection for damage you cause to people or their belongings
Comprehensive coverage for those who want a little extra
Choose from one of the four biggest public health providers