Useful Links

  • To obtain an EHIC card for treatment in state medical facilities within the EU Click here.

  • To check on the geopolitical status of wherever you may wish to travel go to Foreign and Commonwealth Office 'Know Before You Go' website. Click here.

  • If you need to get a passport in a hurry or have lost your passport Click Here.

  • If you have queries about taking your medications with you abroad then Click Here. Many countries can be very strict in respect of controlled substances and what counts as a controlled substance varies widely from country to country. It is always wise to get a letter from your doctor laying out the medications you have and why they are prescribed.

  • If you have been diagnosed with Asbestosis or have friends or family who have this desease then you might find this link to the National Asbestos Helpline useful.

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Dear team at MIA

I wanted to write and say thank you for the insurance that you gave to my father when he was ill with prostate cancer. In a dark and small world of terminal cancer, he was able to travel without ‘normal’ travel insurance, which was utterly unsuitable in process, cover and cost. We were astounded at what awful questions were asked and sums quoted when we first tried to go to standard travel insurance companies and the process itself made him very depressed.

Finding MIA enabled him to visit his grandchildren in Belgium and take a family holiday in France while he was well enough to travel and this made a huge difference to him and mum, opening up opportunities that they would not have had otherwise during a difficult 4 year illness.

He finally passed away last October and while I was recommending you to a friend yesterday, I thought I would drop you a line to say thanks and let you know that you do a great job.

Very best regards

Claire



Dr Claire Skentelbery

Council of European BioRegions asbl

Dr Claire Skentelbery