If you wish to welcome an overseas visitor, you must fill out a Certificate of Board and Lodging at the town hall of your place of residence. Then again, you will be asked to provide a a Schengen visa insurance policy along with the certificate.
Indeed, in March 2001, the Schengen Space countries signed an agreement allowing foreign citizens to freely move about within the territory on a single visa.
In order to be granted the Schengen Visa, it is a legal requirement that the holder has an insurance that will cover health related expenses in case of a hospitalisation. The threshold for medical expenses must be a minimum of €30,000.
Our insurance will cover you in the visited country, in all other Schengen Area countries, as well as Cyprus, Romania and United-Kingdom.
New: Get your certificate of insurance by email.
- Assistance-repatriation 24/7: Actual costs
- Medical expenses and hospitalization: € 30,000 max
- Visit of a relative in case of hospitalization: Ticket
- Early return in case of death or hospitalization of a relative: Ticket
- Repatriation in case death: Actual costs
- Criminal bail advance: € 7,500
- Lawyer expenses: € 1,500~
|From||Zone 1||Zone 2|
|Up to 3 days||€14||€18|
|Up to 1 week||€18||€21|
|Up to 2 weeks||€27||€31|
|Up to 3 weeks||€39||€44|
|Up to 1 month||€46||€54|
|Up to 2 months||€56||€65|
|Up to 3 months||€75||€85|