Resident Country in Relation to IPMI

Understanding the Importance of Resident Country in IPMI

In the context of International Private Medical Insurance (IPMI), the resident country refers to the country where the policyholder resides and has established their permanent or primary residence. This is the country where the policyholder is primarily residing and intends to continue to live for an extended period of time.

For example, if a policyholder holds a passport from the United Kingdom but is currently residing in the United States for work purposes, their resident country would be the United States. This distinction is important because it can impact the policyholder’s eligibility for certain types of coverage or benefits under an IPMI policy.