Provide proof of residence for the primary applicant, which means the following:
A valid Alaska driver's license, state-issued identification card, tribal or military identification that includes the applicant's photograph and residential address.
Plus any one of the following documents:
A complete copy of each document must be submitted. All documents must show the applicant's full name and current residential address. A post office or mail delivery address is not acceptable.
If your clients qualify for premium credit assistance, cost share reduction plans or American Indian/Alaska Native plans, they will want to enroll in a plan through the federally facilitated marketplace (FFM) at Healthcare.gov.
Clients who do not qualify for assistance can also apply through the FFM at Healthcare.gov
For more information about an online tool that will let you enroll your FFM clients in just a matter of minutes, please contact Producer Support at email@example.com or 877-205-9725.
Individuals eligible to apply for a Premera plan if they are:
Eligible dependents that can enroll on a plan include:
The open enrollment period to buy a 2016 individual health plan ended on January 31.
Your clients currently enrolled on a Premera grandfathered or non-grandfathered plan can remain on that plan or enroll in a plan that complies with the Affordable Care Act during the open enrollment periods for 2016.
Individuals are eligible to apply for coverage outside of the annual open enrollment period only when they have a qualifying event.
The birth, placement for adoption, or adoption of the applicant for whom coverage is sought. For Qualified Health Plans (QHPs), this also applies to children placed in foster care, legal wards, guardianship, or medical support orders.
The COBRA coverage period ends (usually after 18 months), or the individual has exceeded the lifetime limit in the plan, and no other COBRA coverage is available.
Note: Voluntary termination of COBRA is not a qualifying event. If you terminate or stop paying for your COBRA, you must wait for the next Open Enrollment Period to apply.
A letter from your employer or COBRA administrator indicating that the loss of COBRA coverage was because you exhausted the COBRA period or exceeded the lifetime limit in the plan. The letter must also state that no other COBRA coverage is available.
Marriage or entering into a domestic partnership, including eligibility as a dependent.
Copy of marriage certificate, or a Declaration of Domestic Partnership (a Declaration of Domestic Partnership form can be found on our website at premera.com)
The loss of coverage as the result of dissolution of marriage or termination of a domestic partnership.
A copy of divorce decree or annulment papers and a letter from the prior health plan, or a statement (including the date) the domestic partnership ended, and a letter from the prior health plan.
Loss of minimum essential coverage, including loss of employer-sponsored insurance coverage (except for voluntary termination of health coverage, misrepresentation, or fraud).
Your COBRA offer letter or a letter from your employer listing each applicant who experienced a loss of coverage AND the reason for termination of health coverage
Loss of coverage as the result of the death of an employee.
A COBRA offer letter or a letter from your employer indicating a loss of coverage was due to the death of an employee.
Termination of employer contributions for coverage other than COBRA.
A letter from your employer indicating that the loss of coverage is due to the termination of employer contributions.
Loss of coverage as the result of a termination in employment or reduction in hours.
Your COBRA offer letter or a letter from your employer that indicates the loss of coverage is due to termination in employment or a reduction in hours.
A loss of Medicaid or other public program providing health benefits.
A Letter from Medicaid or other program indicating ineligibility or loss of coverage.
A qualified individual or enrollee gains access to new Qualified Health Plans (QHPs) as a result of a permanent move.
Utility bills from your prior address and new address from within the last 90 days.
A situation in which a plan no longer offers benefits to the class of similarly situated individuals that includes the applicant.
A letter from the prior health plan indicating loss of coverage is due to not being in a class of similarly situated individuals.
Loss of coverage as a dependent on a group plan due to age.
A letter from employer or insurance health plan indicating the loss of coverage is due to age.
Your COBRA offer letter or a letter from your employer listing each applicant who experienced a loss of coverage AND reason for termination of health coverage.