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Health Care & Insurance Harvard International Office

Health care and health insurance are important during your stay at Harvard. It is crucial that you learn about the differences between the medical care system in your own country and the medical care system in the United States. It is surprising to many international visitors to learn that the U.S. Government is not a major provider of medical

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Health Care for Students Harvard International Office

The Student Health Fee is required as part of enrollment at Harvard, and covers most services at Harvard University Health Services (HUHS). Student Health Insurance Plan. The Student …

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Health Care for Scholars Harvard International Office

Health Insurance Information for Scholars Who Are Not Eligible for Benefits. Scholars who are not eligible for the benefits program offered by Harvard must find an appropriate health insurance …

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Harvard International Office

The HIO is now on Instagram! Follow @hio.harvard for important updates and seasonal reminders regarding travel, immigration updates, upcoming events, and more. As …

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Insurance Plans Outside Harvard Harvard International …

The HIO has information regarding alternative health insurance plans for those who are not eligible for Harvard employee benefits. These plans satisfy the U.S. Department of State …

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Medical Practice in the U.S. Harvard International Office

Medical Practice in the U.S. Many individuals from other countries are unaccustomed to the particular practices of, and requests made by, American physician and other health care …

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J Health Insurance Requirements Harvard International …

U.S. Government regulations require J-1 scholars and J-2 dependents to have health insurance. As of May 15, 2015, the J-1 regulations require the following with respect to health insurance …

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Common U.S. Health Insurance Terms & Policies

Health insurance in the U.S. is complicated and very different from the medical practices of other countries. It is your responsibility to understand the benefits that you are entitled to under the …

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Search Harvard International Office

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, 677 Huntington Avenue, Boston; 617-432-0389 ….

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O-1 Visa Harvard International Office

The O-1 visa is a temporary work visa designated for individuals of extraordinary ability in the sciences, education, business, arts or athletics; and individuals of extraordinary achievement …

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Office Hours Harvard International Office

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Fall Office Hours with HIO Advisor Elizabeth Capuano will resume on Tuesday, September 6, 2022 and will continue through Friday, …

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Counseling Services and Other Assistance

The CAMHS Cares line 617-495-2042 is a support line that operates 24 hours a day/7 days a week for Harvard students who have mental health concerns, whether they are in immediate …

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FAQ for Tax Filing Harvard International Office

FAQ for Tax Filing. The following guide has been prepared to help international students and scholars understand their tax responsibilities in the United States (U.S.). If you were present in …

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J-1 Student Visa Harvard International Office

A J-1 student's spouse and unmarried children aged of 21 or younger are eligible for J-2 status. The J-2 Form DS-2019 can be issued once evidence of sufficient funding for their expected …

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Resources for Spouses/Partners Harvard International Office

Center for Wellness and Health Promotion. The mission of the Center for Wellness and Health Promotion is "to create a Harvard community where all members value wellbeing. We cultivate …

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J-1 Academic Training Harvard International Office

J-1 Academic Training. Academic Training is designed to provide J-1 students with employment experience to complement their programs of study in the United States. Therefore, the work …

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Student Clubs Harvard International Office

Student Clubs. Harvard College and most of the graduate schools have student clubs that bring students together to share topics of mutual interest. These clubs often serve as an important …

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Host Program Harvard International Office

A host having a student and friends over for dinner Since 1962 the Host Program has provided an opportunity for connection and friendship between Harvard international graduate students …

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J Student Intern Visa Harvard International Office

Must comply with the requirement of having health insurance while participating in the J program; J-1 Student Interns cannot participate in any clinical care positions or any other position that …

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