Don’t know if you qualify for a Special Enrollment Period?
Kelly Benefits Exchange can help!
What is a Special Enrollment Period?
Under the Affordable Care Act, you can typically sign up for a health insurance plan only during the annual Open Enrollment which is a period of time determined by the federal government.
However, if you missed the Open Enrollment period for this year, you may still qualify to enroll in
a health insurance plan! You’ll need to have a “qualifying life event” to be able to enroll in a new
major medical health plan or change your existing coverage. In most cases, a qualifying life event
will trigger a 60-day Special Enrollment Period (SEP) during which you can change your existing coverage or apply for a new plan.
Check the list below of life events that would allow you to purchase health insurance outside of
You may qualify for a Special Enrollment Period if you have had any of the following life events:
More about Special Enrollment Periods
If you have a qualifying event that triggers a special enrollment period, we recommend that you have documentation of your qualifying life event with you when you apply for new coverage – whether you apply online or offline.
You should also be aware that you’re not likely to qualify for a Special Enrollment Period if you voluntarily cancel your existing coverage or lose it because you didn’t pay your premiums or other bills.
Do you have individual insurance questions? We have the answers.
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We are here to serve the individual health insurance needs of you and your family as mandated by the Affordable Care Act (ACA). On this site you can purchase the right health insurance plan that meets your unique needs and budget as well as understand if you qualify for government assistance (also known as premium tax credits or a subsidy).
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