Insurance Programme?

Old Jan 13th 2001, 7:27 pm
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¨È¤O¤h¡E§õ
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Here are some issues regarding to the right of health insurance for the P.R. Is any body
can answer me?

1. It was said about that the evaluation period, around 90 days or 3 months, which will
restrict (a) just landed immigrant(s) his health insurance coverage. Is it right? I
also heard about no matter what day you will landed in any month, your insurance will
be valid in the beginning of the next two month in B.C. province. For example, if I and
my family will first land on 30 April 2001 or any day earlier than the date with this
April, my insurance right will be valid on 1st July 2001. Is it only applicaple in
B.C. or any province of Canada?

2. Someone told me that the temporary health insurance product available in Canada for
those just landed immigrants. Does any body can introduce me any insurance company with
good reputation providing such product?

3. If after the first landed, I have to get back to my origin nationality country for a
significant period, mightbe longer than 3 months, but I will return canada within the
restriction of the PR validity, ie 183 days. How could I make the health insurance
program admit my right and coverage same with that I staying in Canada during the
period? Any evidence necessary?

Alex Lee
 
Old Jan 14th 2001, 3:14 am
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Andrew Miller
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It is not about immigrants only. Provinces which restrict issuing health coverage in the
first 1 - 3 months are doing it to all new residents, including Canadians moving from
other Provinces. You must reside in such Province for a specified period of time before
you are eligible for health coverage.

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[email protected] (delete REMOVE and INVALID from the above address before
sending an email)
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> Here are some issues regarding to the right of health insurance for the P.R. Is any body
> can answer me?
>
> 1. It was said about that the evaluation period, around 90 days or 3 months, which will
> restrict (a) just landed immigrant(s) his health insurance coverage. Is it right? I
> also heard about no matter what day you will landed in any month, your insurance
> will be valid in the beginning of the next two month in B.C. province. For example,
> if I and my family will first land on 30 April 2001 or any day earlier than the date
> with this April, my insurance right will be valid on 1st July 2001. Is it only
> applicaple in
> B.C. or any province of Canada?
>
> 2. Someone told me that the temporary health insurance product available in Canada for
> those just landed immigrants. Does any body can introduce me any insurance company
> with good reputation providing such product?
>
> 3. If after the first landed, I have to get back to my origin nationality country for a
> significant period, mightbe longer than 3 months, but I will return canada within
> the restriction of the PR validity, ie 183 days. How could I make the health
> insurance program admit my right and coverage same with that I staying in Canada
> during the period? Any evidence necessary?
>
> Alex Lee
 
Old Jan 14th 2001, 10:42 am
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Alex Lee
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Is any different evalution period requirement existing depending on the provinces or
residence status? Where or what kind status is the shortest?

"Andrew Miller" <[email protected]> ¼¶¼g©ó¶l¥ó

> It is not about immigrants only. Provinces which restrict issuing health coverage in the
> first 1 - 3 months are doing it to all new residents,
including
> Canadians moving from other Provinces. You must reside in such Province
for a
> specified period of time before you are eligible for health coverage.
>
> --
>
> ../..
>
> Andrew Miller Immigration Consultant Vancouver, British Columbia email:
> [email protected] (delete REMOVE and INVALID from the above address before sending
> an email)
> ________________________________
>
>
>

> > Here are some issues regarding to the right of health insurance for the
P.R.
> > Is any body can answer me?
> >
> > 1. It was said about that the evaluation period, around 90 days or 3
months,
> > which will restrict (a) just landed immigrant(s) his health insurance coverage. Is it
> > right? I also heard about no matter what day you will landed in any month, your
> > insurance will be valid in the beginning of
the
> > next two month in B.C. province. For example, if I and my family will
first
> > land on 30 April 2001 or any day earlier than the date with this April,
my
> > insurance right will be valid on 1st July 2001. Is it only applicaple
in
> > B.C. or any province of Canada?
> >
> > 2. Someone told me that the temporary health insurance product available
in
> > Canada for those just landed immigrants. Does any body can introduce me
any
> > insurance company with good reputation providing such product?
> >
> > 3. If after the first landed, I have to get back to my origin
nationality
> > country for a significant period, mightbe longer than 3 months, but I wi
ll
> > return canada within the restriction of the PR validity, ie 183 days.
How
> > could I make the health insurance program admit my right and coverage
same
> > with that I staying in Canada during the period? Any evidence
necessary?
> >
> > Alex Lee
> >
> >
 
Old Jan 14th 2001, 7:08 pm
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Graham Parsons
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I have been told recently, by the Prov.Govt. health department, that for Saskatchewan,
providing you establish residency (as a landed immig.) in that Province within three
months of landing, you are eligible for Saskatchewan coverage effective the date you
establish residence in the province. If residency is established after three months, then
the "normal" 90 day wait applies.

GP.

> Is any different evalution period requirement existing depending on the provinces or
> residence status? Where or what kind status is the shortest?
>
> "Andrew Miller" <[email protected]> ¼¶¼g©ó¶l¥ó

> > It is not about immigrants only. Provinces which restrict issuing health coverage in
> > the first 1 - 3 months are doing it to all new residents,
> including
> > Canadians moving from other Provinces. You must reside in such Province
> for a
> > specified period of time before you are eligible for health coverage.
> >
> > --
> >
> > ../..
> >
> > Andrew Miller Immigration Consultant Vancouver, British Columbia email:
> > [email protected] (delete REMOVE and INVALID from the above address before
> > sending an
email)
> > ________________________________
> >
> >
> >

> > > Here are some issues regarding to the right of health insurance for
the
> P.R.
> > > Is any body can answer me?
> > >
> > > 1. It was said about that the evaluation period, around 90 days or 3
> months,
> > > which will restrict (a) just landed immigrant(s) his health insurance coverage. Is
> > > it right? I also heard about no matter what day you
will
> > > landed in any month, your insurance will be valid in the beginning of
> the
> > > next two month in B.C. province. For example, if I and my family will
> first
> > > land on 30 April 2001 or any day earlier than the date with this
April,
> my
> > > insurance right will be valid on 1st July 2001. Is it only applicaple
> in
> > > B.C. or any province of Canada?
> > >
> > > 2. Someone told me that the temporary health insurance product
available
> in
> > > Canada for those just landed immigrants. Does any body can introduce
me
> any
> > > insurance company with good reputation providing such product?
> > >
> > > 3. If after the first landed, I have to get back to my origin
> nationality
> > > country for a significant period, mightbe longer than 3 months, but I
wi
> ll
> > > return canada within the restriction of the PR validity, ie 183 days.
> How
> > > could I make the health insurance program admit my right and coverage
> same
> > > with that I staying in Canada during the period? Any evidence
> necessary?
> > >
> > > Alex Lee
> > >
> > >
> >
> >
 
Old Jan 15th 2001, 7:35 am
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Jim Humphries
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In BC converage would begin on the first day of the third month following intial landing.
The delay in coverage applies to all new settlers whether from overseas or within Canada.
If you are concerned you can obtain temporary coverage through Blue Cross. You can get it
at most travel agencies or insurance brokers. It does not cover pre-existing conditions
including pregnancy. Jim Humphries

"¨È¤O¤h¡E§õ" wrote:
>
> Here are some issues regarding to the right of health insurance for the P.R. Is any body
> can answer me?
>
> 1. It was said about that the evaluation period, around 90 days or 3 months, which will
> restrict (a) just landed immigrant(s) his health insurance coverage. Is it right? I
> also heard about no matter what day you will landed in any month, your insurance
> will be valid in the beginning of the next two month in B.C. province. For example,
> if I and my family will first land on 30 April 2001 or any day earlier than the date
> with this April, my insurance right will be valid on 1st July 2001. Is it only
> applicaple in
> B.C. or any province of Canada?
>
> 2. Someone told me that the temporary health insurance product available in Canada for
> those just landed immigrants. Does any body can introduce me any insurance company
> with good reputation providing such product?
>
> 3. If after the first landed, I have to get back to my origin nationality country for a
> significant period, mightbe longer than 3 months, but I will return canada within
> the restriction of the PR validity, ie 183 days. How could I make the health
> insurance program admit my right and coverage same with that I staying in Canada
> during the period? Any evidence necessary?
>
> Alex Lee
 
Old Jan 28th 2001, 1:01 am
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Does the CIC offer any assitance in shortening the time frame for women who haver received
the AIP and are pregnant? I was told you could contact the issuing office and ask for a
"Ladies who are pregnant form" and the 3 month time period would be shorten? Please
Advise. Thank You.
 
Old Jan 28th 2001, 1:53 pm
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PMM
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Hi

> Does the CIC offer any assitance in shortening the time frame for women
who
> haver received the AIP and are pregnant? I was told you could contact the issuing office
> and ask for a "Ladies who are pregnant form" and the 3
month
> time period would be shorten? Please Advise. Thank You.

Short answer No.

PMM
 

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