1. Active, retired and honorably separated officers and enlisted personnel of the U.S. military.
  2. Officer candidates in commissioning programs (Academy, ROTC, OCS/OTS).
  3. Adult children (18+) of USAA members who have or had a USAA auto or property insurance policy.
  4. Widows and widowers of USAA members who have or had a USAA auto or property insurance policy.

Can A Widow Of A Veteran Get USAA Insurance

You would be eligible for USAA auto and house insurance if your spouse was a member. USAA determines eligibility for spouses based on the period during which you were legally married. Regrettably, if your spouse died before you joined USAA, you may be unable to obtain USAA insurance.

If you live in North Carolina or New Hampshire, you may still be qualified to purchase coverage even if you are not eligible in other states.

To determine your eligibility, contact 800-531-8722. These two states offer slightly different obligatory coverage requirements, which may qualify you.

If, on the other hand, you are solely searching for life insurance, you should be qualified regardless of whether your spouse was a member.