I am active duty and a usaa policy holder, an my sister obtain usaa insurance?
UPDATED: Apr 25, 2017
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Asked April 25, 2017
Unfortunately, the short answer is no.
USAA is an organization created to serve the U.S. military and their families through insurance and financial products. However, membership to the USAA and its products are only granted to active and former military, cadets, midshipmen, and eligible family members.
Your sister cannot obtain USAA insurance. Your sister is not considered an eligible family member. There are strict requirements to be considered an eligible family member, including:
- Former Spouses Who Have Not Re-married
- Children of Parent USAA Members.
Eligible family members are able to obtain USAA insurance. However, non-eligible family members do not qualify for the insurance products. Therefore, your sister would be unable to obtain USAA insurance.
Although your sister is not eligible for a USAA insurance policy, she may qualify for the following products available to all:
- Financial Advise Concerning Investments.
- Life Insurance Coverage.
- Discounts and Rewards Program.
If your sister is interested in any of the above listed programs she can sign up here.
Answered April 27, 2017 by OldTownInsurance