Life Insurance for people travelling to Angola may be available at normal terms provided that the trip is short-term. For those going to Angola frequently or for more than 30 days at a time, it is possible that the insurer that you approach will place a premium loading to the Life Insurance policy. You will need to detail the purpose of your trip to the insurer when you place your application. It is possible that if you have been to Angola in the last few years that the insurer may ask you to take a Hepatitis and HIV test.
Critical Illness Cover for those travelling to Angola may be available at standard terms when the journey is for a short period. Where travel to Angola is going to be frequent and/or more than 30 days at a time it is possible that the insurer may place a premium loading on the case or decline to offer cover. As with Life Insurance, it is likely that you will be asked to undergo a Hepatitis and HIV test if you have travelled to Angola in the past.
For those travelling to Angola Income Protection may be available depending upon the length of time spent in the country in any given year. The insurer will want to know how often you plan to travel to the county and the length of time that will be spent there on each visit. If you intend to travel to Angola for one short-term trip then you may find that Income Protection may be available at normal terms, for all other travel durations and frequencies it is likely that any policy terms that you are offered will be non-standard. Again it is likely that you will be asked to take a Hepatitis and HIV test if you have travelled to Angola previously.
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