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We bought health insurance for our baby (born in Thailand) 42,000 baht for 1 year. They then rejected the insurance because the father is an American citizen. They will refund us the money. Anybody else went through this before? What insurance company should I talk to now?

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On 11/30/2020 at 2:34 PM, SovietChild said:

We bought health insurance for our baby (born in Thailand) 42,000 baht for 1 year.

WOW! Very expensive, but maybe they covered everything. My son is ThaiAmerican, now 18. Had insurance with AIA since he was 4. Health...Baht 9100 per yr. 

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On 11/30/2020 at 2:34 PM, SovietChild said:

We bought health insurance for our baby (born in Thailand) 42,000 baht for 1 year. They then rejected the insurance because the father is an American citizen. They will refund us the money. Anybody else went through this before? What insurance company should I talk to now?

If it's thai child i thought they had free health or very small amount for health 

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My wee one one has been with AIA for 3 yrs. now (inpatient only), no problems (17/18k per annum). 

Change company

PS Not American. 

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10 minutes ago, AlfHuy said:

Scottish?

Wee....

Nah, Irish. Just been watching "Still Game" again and picked up some bad habits... 😜 Just kidding. 

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16 hours ago, Gilltom said:

If it's thai child i thought they had free health or very small amount for health 

30 baht if first hospital visited is in same province, The problem being a lot of people are snobbish when going to a hospital and won't go to a Govt. hospt. , they think private is better, without knowing that many specialists also work 1 day+ a week at the government hospitals.

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