Visa 010 OVHC

Bridging Visa Health Insurance

From  $78 | Month

Are you staying in Australia on a temporary visa and require a Bridging Visa A, B or C while your substantive visa application is being processed?

We offer Overseas Visitor Health Cover (OVHC) for international visitors on the Bridging Visas (BVA, BVB, BVC).

Our OVHC is Australia-wide and lets you access medical and health cover if something happens during your stay.

From $78 AUD /mth
Our most affordable in-hospital and emergency cover.
From $141 AUD/mth
In-hospital and out of hospital cover including local doctors, specialists and prescription medicines.

A bridging visa for international visitors in Australia is a temporary visa that is used when applying for a substantive visa or travelling in and out of Australia. 

For more information about bridging visas, visit the Department of Home Affairs website.

You may be able to get a bridging visa a (subclass 010) if:

  • You have had a substantive visa
  • You apply while in Australia
  • You have applied for judicial review or substantive visa
  • You have applied in the prescribed time-frame
  • You meet the character requirements provided by the Department of Home Affairs

You may be able to get a bridging visa b (subclass 020) if:

  • You have had a substantive visa or currently hold a Bridging Visa a or b
  • You have applied for  substantive visa or judicial review
  • You have applied in the prescribed time-frame
  • You have substantial reasons for wanting to travel
  • You meet the character requirements provided by the Department of Home Affairs

You may be able to get a bridging visa c (subclass 030) if:

  • You do not hold a Bridging visa E or substantive visa
  • You apply while in Australia
  • You have applied for judicial review or substantive visa
  • You have applied in the prescribed time-frame
  • You meet the character requirements provided by the Department of Home Affairs

For full details about eligibility and more information, visit the Department of Home Affairs Website.

Accessed: Department of Home Affairs, March 2021

single policy ovhc
A single policy will provide cover for the primary visa holder only. This policy will not cover dependants, spouses or children. If your situation changes, you will need to update your policy.*
A dual family policy provides cover for the primary visa holder and either one adult spouse or de facto partner or one or more children under the age of 18 years old.
A multi-family policy provides cover for the primary visa holder, one adult spouse or de facto partner and one or more dependant children under the age of 18 years old.
*If you hold a secondary visa, you must be insured under the same policy as the primary visa holder.  You are only eligible to hold a single OVHC policy if you are the primary visa holder.
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If something happens, you can rely on our large network of doctors and medical providers across Australia.
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Online Certificate
Purchase online and you will receive your Certificate of Insurance via email.