Worldwide activity and threats have encouraged us, as a travel insurance website, to provide a central place for U.S. citizens to learn about travel advisories affecting their travel destinations abroad.
As of January 10, 2018, the United States government has a new system for issuing travel advisories. The U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Consular Affairs created the new Travel Advisory System to replace their previous Travel Alerts and Warnings classifications. The new four-tiered system ranks every country based on its current safety and security conditions. The system is designed to help U.S. citizen travelers better understand what is happening internationally and how it could affect them while traveling.
For travelers specifically concerned with cancellation due to a COVID-19 related reason, Cancel for Any Reason (CFAR) coverage offers travelers the most flexibility. It is the only coverage option available to cover cancellation due to fear of travel. However, this benefit is time-sensitive and has other requirements, so not all travelers are eligible. Find out if your trip is eligible for CFAR coverage, and learn more about the requirements, by following the link below.
In an effort to help empower passengers to make more informed decisions when booking flights, InsureMyTrip Research regularly evaluates the on-time performance records for U.S. airports and domestic flights. This resource page provides U.S. airport statistics and travel data on airline delays and cancellation. The data is also used by researchers to make predictions regarding how air travel will likely be impacted during certain times of the year. In addition, the airport statistics are also useful for passengers when researching types of travel insurance plans.
Confusion regarding the specific travel documents required to enter the United States have prompted us, as a travel insurance provider, to offer information regarding U.S. visas. The U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Consular Affairs and other public and private companies provided this information on their websites. We compiled this data in a centralized page in order to help world travelers quickly find the information they need regarding traveling into the United States.
Important Note: While hundreds of hours of research went into the making and updating of this comprehensive page, please check with the The U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Consular Affairs, United States Immigration Service, Department of Homeland Security, and State Department for the most up to date and correct information. Please alert us immediately to any updates or inaccuracies you find on this page. By using this page the user accepts full responsibility for verifying with the correct governmental agency the accuracy of this information.