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Defining Your Home Country in IPMI

Home country refers to the country in which you hold a passport. This country is often considered to be the primary country of your citizenship, and is typically where you have a permanent residence. In the context of IPMI (International Private Medical Insurance), your home country can play a role in determining your insurance coverage and the types of medical treatments that are available to you. For example, if you have a passport from the United Kingdom and you are living in France, the United Kingdom would be considered your home country for the purposes of IPMI. This could impact your coverage and the availability of medical treatments in the event that you need to seek medical care while you are abroad.