- Overseas Visitors Cover
- Overseas Visitors Cover, is it for me?
- Benefits of having Overseas Visitors Cover
- How do I purchase Overseas Visitors Cover with iSelect?
- Ambulance services
- Choosing the right Cover
- Eligibility for Overseas Visitor Cover
- Reciprocal Health Care Agreements (RHCA)
- Waiting periods for Overseas Visitor Cover
- How to claim benefits
- Who is covered?
- Australian Health System
- What is covered?
- 457 Work Visa
- Policy Details
- 417 Working Holiday Visa
- What is not covered?
- Renewing your Overseas Visitor Cover
- Overseas Student Health Cover
- Travel within Australia
- Retirement/Investor Retirement Visa
- 411 Exchange Visa
- 416 Special Program Visa
- 419 Visiting Academic Visa
- 420 Entertainment Visa
- 442 Occupational Trainee Visa
- Bridging Visa
- 482 TSS Visa
- Permanent Residency
Overseas Visitor 420 Entertainment Visa
420 visa requirements
When you apply for a subclass 420 visa, you need to provide evidence of adequate health insurance for your entire stay in Australia. If you can’t provide this evidence, your visa will not be granted.
420 health insurance
Subclass 420 visa applicants should be aware that it is preferred that you buy your health insurance policy from an Australian medical insurance provider. As a visitor to Australia, this can seem like a scary task. However iSelect can help.
There are great advantages of using iSelect to buy your Overseas Visitors Cover. We’re Australia’s leading health insurance comparison service and our website helps simplify the complexities of health insurance. Our service is also free.
Medicare & Reciprocal Health Care Agreements
There’s a chance your home country has a Reciprocal Health Care Agreement (RHCA) with Australia, which may enable you access to Australia’s public health system. To determine if your home country has such an agreement with Australia, pay a visit to the Medicare website.
For more information visit:
Medicare Australia (www.medicareaustralia.gov.au)