Feeling comfortable in the knowledge that if something was to happen to a family member their medical costs will be taken care of, is important to us all. Our expert consultants can advise on the most suitable level of coverage for families, individuals, groups, travelers, and teachers expatriate health insurance.
Pacific Prime is an expatriate insurance broker specialising in providing overseas medical insurance for Pakistan nationals living, working or holidaying abroad. If you are a non Pakistan national and moving to Pakistan we can also provide plans that meet your specific requirements.
The policies that we can provide are guaranteed renewable for life and globally portable, so even if you should relocate away from the country your plan will continue to cover you. With a number of extra benefits including maternity coverage, emergency evacuation and repatriation, dental treatment, out-patient consultations, alternative medicines, complimentary therapies, and specialist consultations, you can be assured that an international health insurance Pakistan plan will give you the coverage that you need. For more information about the products and services that we can offer, or to receive a free quote, please contact us today.
Pacific Prime Insurance will be with you for the duration of your policy. We offer additional customer services that include claims advice, emergency contact numbers and medical advice lines. We also maintain a comprehensive list of Pakistan hospitals/doctors. Most of our clients are expatriates so we maintain a list of Embassies in Pakistan.
As a leading broker of medical insurance in Pakistan we keep up on the latest insurance trends and Pakistan Insurance News.
We can offer expatriates in Pakistan dedicated international health insurance plans that will provide comprehensive coverage in the East and around the world. Plans that we can offer will usually have a number of benefits that a policyholder is able to tailor to suit their specific requirements. With coverage options including out-patient, dental, maternity, and emergency evacuation, you will be assured of receiving the highest levels of quality treatment anywhere in the world.
It can be difficult to adjust to a new country; it is for this reason that we have provided details on the various local laws and customs that foreign nationals are expected to follow. We have also provided some general travel information so that you know what to expect when you arrive in the country. Please be advised that the following information is liable to change without notice and that you should obtain up to date advice from a travel expert or your government before departing your home country.
Due to the ongoing conflict in Afghanistan there is a high threat of terrorism against foreign nationals in Pakistan. Travelers should avoid large groups and gatherings, and take care not to get involved in any kind of social protest.
While resident in, or traveling through Pakistan, you should remain alert for any government announcements pertaining to civil unrest or terrorist acts and follow official directions accordingly.
There is a high incidence of crime in Pakistan, especially in the major cities of Islamabad and Karachi. The most common type of crimes against foreign nationals include cases of petty theft involving passports and wallets, armed car robbery, kidnappings, and murders. Foreign nationals should be aware of their potential risk as political statements while in the country.
Pakistan is a predominately Muslim country. As such many of the local laws and customs are based on the Muslim faith. Visitors and foreign nationals are expected to dress modestly and respect all Muslim customs and behaviors, especially during the holy month of Ramadan.
Pork products and Alcohol are not allowed to be imported to Pakistan unless previously approved by the Pakistani government. Homosexuality and Co-habitation by unmarried couples are illegal. These offences can be punished with long term prison terms.
All drugs are illegal in Pakistan. Even possessing small amounts of a narcotic substance can lead to severe penalties. It is important that you do not become involved with drugs during your stay in the country.
For males, if you or your father were born in Pakistan, even if you do not hold a Pakistani passport, or consider yourself to be a Pakistani national, you may be considered a "Pakistani" by the local authorities. This can mean that you are liable for military service and that the full range of local laws are applicable in your specific case. Please consult your government before traveling to Pakistan if this is the case in your situation.
Foreign nationals and visitors to Pakistan are advised not to take pictures of military instillations, airports, or any "sensitive" infrastructure (including bridges, dams, or train stations). In the past visitors to Pakistan have been accused of spying for taking photographs of these types of places. If you wish to take a picture of a ¡§sensitive¡¨ area you should first obtain permission from an official. Try not to take photographs in Pakistan's outlying border areas.
Most foreign nationals require a Visa to enter Pakistan. Visa's are only issued on passports that have more than 6 months currency when entering the country. Journalist visas will usually have additional restrictions to a tourist visa, you should fully understand your travel limitations in these cases. It is important to note that Visa violations are treated as a serious criminal offence.free quote, please contact us today.