DWQA QuestionsCategory: Young Adults and StudentsI’m 24 and I used to be covered as a dependent on my parent’s policy. I dropped off last year when I found other coverage, but now I’ve lost that other coverage and want to get back on my parent’s policy. Can I do that?
HealthTNHealthTN Staff asked 5 years ago

I’m 24 and I used to be covered as a dependent on my parent’s policy. I dropped off last year when I found other coverage, but now I’ve lost that other coverage and want to get back on my parent’s policy. Can I do that?

1 Answers
HealthTNHealthTN Staff answered 5 years ago

Yes. You are still eligible to be covered as a dependent. Your parent’s plan must offer you a special opportunity to re-enroll because you lost other coverage. That special enrollment opportunity must last at least 30 days from the date you lost other coverage.

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