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Has Getting Married
Changed Your Need
for Health Insurance?

Open enrollment is over, but tying the knot may
qualify you to purchase a new health plan or change
your current one.

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You were single when you made your decision about health insurance
during open enrollment, but happily, things have changed.

Now you may need a different plan to cover both you and your spouse. Certain changes, like getting married or establishing a domestic partnership, qualify you to enroll in a new health plan or make changes to your existing one outside of the open enrollment period.

Check the list of qualifying life events below to see if you may be eligible for a new or changed plan. Your qualifying life event must have occurred within the past 60 days.

Qualifying Life Events

Do any of the following apply to you or one of your dependents?

Lost Coverage
Added a Child to Your Family
Got Married or Established a Domestic Partnership
Gained Citizenship
Moved to or Within NC
Experienced an Error with the Health Insurance Marketplace
Had a Contract That Was Broken
Became Eligible for an Advanced Premium Tax Credit and/or Cost-Sharing
Misconduct Violation by an Entity
Other Exceptional Circumstances
Removed Maternity Coverage

Qualifying Life Events

Do any of the following apply to you or one of your dependents?