Life insurance is an extremely important financial planning tool, even for non-US citizens. If you are a non-US citizen, you may be wondering if you can obtain life insurance here in the US. The answer, generally, is you can. However, life insurance availability really depends on your situation. In this article, we discuss how non-US citizens obtain life insurance. We will discuss the requirements, the process, and the types of life insurance available.
Everyone needs to take care of their teeth. The Mayo Clinic calls it a “window to your overall health”. Dental insurance can be a key component to your dental health. If you are an undocumented or a non-US citizen here in the US, you may feel that you can’t buy dental insurance. That is not the case. Dental insurance is available for non-US citizens, including undocumented immigrants and those without social security numbers. In this article, we discuss dental insurance basics and the types of dental insurance available for non-US citizens.
Your birth country does not define love. Nowadays, many US citizens are marrying foreign immigrants. While your love is strong, the process of your new spouse becoming a US citizen is long. (We are not lawyers, and do not pretend to be. If you need legal assistance, consult an immigration attorney.) There are many things you need to do. For example, two important steps include marriage timing and green card application. There are a lot of rules and regulations. It’s easy to overlook all of the aspects. There is one aspect that usually on the backburner. That is health insurance. Yes, health insurance. In this article, we discuss planning for health insurance before marrying a non-US citizen.
If you are an undocumented immigrant (i.e. considered illegal) living here in the United States, you may wonder about the future. You love your family. You may worry if something happened to you, what could happen to them? Thankfully, you don’t have to worry about life insurance. Undocumented immigrants can obtain life insurance here in the United States.
If you don’t have a social security number, you probably think you can’t get life insurance.
Unfortunately, many carriers and agents say you need to have a social security number to qualify.
However, you can obtain life insurance if you don’t have a social security number.