If you applied for 2020 Marketplace coverage through a SEP, you may be asked to provide documents to confirm the life events that make you eligible. You must send these documents before you can start using your coverage.
You’ll learn if you have to provide these documents after you submit your application. It’s best to pick a plan first and then send in your documents. Normally after a plan has been chosen, you’ll have about 30 days to send your documents.
Documents and deadlines
- The documents will vary depending on your life event
- You can visit healthcare.gov for more information, and the proper documents that you will need to submit along with key dates
How to submit documents
- Provide the required documents as soon as you can. Remember, you have 30 days after you have chosen a plan.
- Doing this will prevent a delay in your coverage starting.
- You can submit them online or by mail.
- Once you have submitted them, you’ll get a letter or notice in your healthcare.gov account within a couple of weeks saying if your SEP has been confirmed.
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