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    Travel Insurance

    Is there any travel insurance for both British and non British that I can avail? Suggestions please. Ta xx



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    Not to sure on the question here, if you are both living here and you are wanting insurance to travel just fill in the forms, ie, family, couple, single policy,


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    Thanks, Steve. Not too sure with my question either but I read one of the insurance provider's policy that it only applies to residents of UK. I don't know how they define 'resident' though


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    Quote Originally Posted by cherrieclifford View Post
    Thanks, Steve. Not too sure with my question either but I read one of the insurance provider's policy that it only applies to residents of UK. I don't know how they define 'resident' though
    Someone who is living here in England, Scotland, wales and northern Ireland and have got a postal address, that is what i think it means, but i am sure someone will come along and say if its right or wrong.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cherrieclifford View Post
    I don't know how they define 'resident' though
    Generally speaking for most travel insurance policies a UK resident is understood to be:-
    - someone who has their main home in the UK
    - someone who has lived in the UK for 183 days (6 months) out of the last 12 months.
    - someone who is registered with a UK GP
    - someone who is allowed re-entry to the UK beyond the life of the policy

    So many different policies though so would be wise to check with the specific insurance company you want.


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