- Some immigrants who signed up for insurance coverage via HealthCare.gov are on notice that they could lose their coverage unless they immediately furnish proof that they are legally qualified for coverage. The CMS sent out 310,000 letters giving the enrollees until Sept. 5 to send copies of green cards, proof of citizenship or other documents to show that they qualify for the coverage. Otherwise, their coverage will end Sept. 30. Some of the discrepancies the agency is concerned about include instances where information reported in the application, such as a Social Security or permanent resident card number, is incomplete or different from information on file.
Immigrant ACA enrollees told to provide legal documentation, and other briefs
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