|None||There will be a 90-day waiting period from the time your application is received, until your effective date. During this 90-day waiting period, you will not have coverage.Your plan does not pay benefits until your effective date.(Valid for Nevada only)|
|Open Enrollment||Open Enrollment is a period of time which eligible individuals can elect to enroll in, or transfer between, Qualified Health Plans.|
|Special Enrollment Period||Special Enrollment Period (SEP) is a time outside of the Open Enrollment Period during which you and your family may qualify to sign up for health coverage. You may qualify for an SEP due to certain life events that involve a change in family status (for example, marriage or birth of a child) or loss of other health coverage. You must apply for coverage within sixty (60) days following or thirty (30) days prior to a Qualifying Life Event (QLE). If you qualify for an SEP during the OEP, coverage may start sooner.|
|Loss of employer coverage||Loss of employer coverage due to termination of employment, reduction in hours or coverage no longer offered to individual's employment class or COBRA coverage ends.|
|No longer eligible as dependent||Loss of employer or individual coverage because no longer eligible as a dependent, you or your dependents have reached the lifetime maximum of another plan for all benefits under that plan, or other plans coverage is ending.|
|Divorce or Death or enrolled in Medicare||Loss of employer or individual coverage because of divorce from policyholder, death of policyholder or policyholder enrolled in Medicare.|
|Loss of Medicaid or CHIP coverage||Loss of Medicaid or CHIP coverage.|
|New dependent through marriage||Addition of new dependent as a result of marriage.|
|Birth, adoption, placement for adoption or foster child||Addition of new dependent as a result of birth, adoption, placement for adoption, or placement of a foster child.|
|Loss of eligibility for exchange subsidies||Loss of eligibility for health insurance exchange subsidies.|
|A permanent move||Permanent move to a new area that offers different plan options.|
|Other||A qualified individual has a Qualifying Event not listed in the dropdown.|
The Open Enrollment period is over. But you may be able to buy a plan if you have a qualifying life event (such as a marriage, divorce or loss of employer coverage) Help
Tobacco user includes any person who has regularly used tobacco products (cigarettes, pipe, cigar, snuff, or chewing tobacco) within the last 6 months. Regular use means an average of four or more times per week, excluding tobacco use for religious or ceremonial purpose.
Note: Tobacco use does not apply to applicants under the age of 18.