1. Private health insurance through ObamaCare’s Marketplaces or outside of the exchanges. If you have a health plan that counts as minimum essential coverage and provides coverage outside of the USyou can simply keepthis while studying overseas.
People also ask
Do I need Obamacare if I live abroad?
Please let me know your feed back! If you are a US citizen living abroad for more than 330 days a year, you don’t need to do anything under ObamaCare (the Affordable Care Act). If and when you spend more time in the country, and are filing a tax return, you’ll be required to get health insurance if you can afford it.
Do US citizens need health insurance when traveling abroad?
The situation can be frustrating to US citizens who live abroad for more than 3 months but less than 330 days. They are required to have Obamacare compliant medical insurance, which is most likely not going to cover them abroad or even provide a limited coverage.
Is studying abroad right for You?
That right, we said it. Studying abroad is truly a life-shifting experience. There are personal, academic, and even career benefits of studying abroad. It a chance to try something totally new and scary, or to fully immerse yourself in something you know well.
Can a US citizen get Medicaid if they live abroad?
However, Medicaid eligibility and guidelines can vary from state to state, so if you are expecting to qualify for Medicaid, you may want to call the state you will be in and ask them specifically. I know a US Citizen or a expat, that spends winters living abroad.