Travel Guard® relocation programs provide access to a wide array of personal insurance and financial solutions to help simplify the process for expatriates and their families:
- Our expansive network and expertise in personal insurance assists expatriates without the need for host country history.
- Our dedicated insurance agency consists of licensed, bilingual agents with diverse cultural backgrounds.
- Our personal insurance options are all maintained in-house which helps reduce acclimation time while saving you money.
Since 1994, AIG has provided competitively priced personal insurance for foreign nationals. Homeowner’s insurance and renters coverage helps to protect your investment, as well as your family and your household possessions. Our team can assist you in designing a plan to suit your individual needs. Expatriates often find it difficult to qualify for auto insurance. Our clients enjoy auto insurance rates commensurate to a U.S. resident with the same driving experience.
With Travel Guard® relocation services, you have a friend in the global neighborhood.
Insurance Solutions for Expats:
Automobile Insurance – Customers access competitive rates and terms through insurance companies that give credit for foreign driving records.
U.S. Homeowner’s Insurance and Personal Property & Effects (Renters) Coverage
You’ll get personalized assistance with:
- Determining the right amount of coverage needed to rebuild your home and/or replace your valuables if they are ever damaged or stolen.
- Custom-designing a policy with the options and features you want and need.
- Determining your eligibility for special discounts for new homeowners, retirees or home security discounts; providing savings on your coverage.
Top Questions About Expat Automobile and Home Insurance
Many people assume their employer, landlord or apartment owner's insurance policy will protect their personal possessions in the case of a fire, theft or other incident. They also think they'll receive assistance if they are sued in a U.S. court. This is not true. Your personal belongings while living in the U.S. will not be covered under any policy but your own.
You will need to obtain automobile insurance to register your vehicle and drive it on roads in the United States.
Your gender, your age, your marital status, driving record, type of car and place of residence all contribute to an insurer's prediction of whether you'll file a claim. This determines the rate they will charge.