• Expat health insurance is an excellent option if you're a freelancer or self-employed. Expat insurance provides emergency and accidental coverage in addition to any illness you might have.

  • If you’ve been insured in the EU or the UK within the last three months, you have to get on public insurance after moving to Germany. You should check out our recommendation tool to go through the other options before signing up for expat insurance.

  • Freelancers and those who are self-employed are considered to be "voluntarily insured,” or freiwillig versichert, which means public health insurance companies are not obligated to insure them.

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