After Open Enrollment, you can enroll in a health plan only if you qualify for a Special Enrollment Period. Here’s the questions which will determine your eligibility:
Did you or anyone in your household lose health coverage in the last 60 days OR do you expect to lose it in the next 60 days? Voluntarily giving up coverage does not qualify you for a special enrollment period.
Policy or plan year ended for policy you bought yourself
COBRA coverage expired
Turned 26 and aged off a parent’s health plan
Lost eligibility for Medicaid or CHIP
Lost coverage due to divorce
Had a baby
Adopted a child or had a child placed with you for foster care
Death of Family Member on tax return
Moved outside your health plan’s coverage area
Had a change in income
Gained citizenship or lawful presence in the U.S.A.
Released from incarceration (prison or detention)
Federally recognized tribe or an Alaska Native corporation shareholder can change often.
It is complicated to reverse a problem with the Marketplace.
Please contact us to assist you to ensure a good experience in enrollment.