Open Enrollment for 2019 is over. You now have limited opportunities to change your health plan.
You can change health plans now only if you experience a qualifying life event — like losing other coverage, having a baby, or getting married — that makes you eligible for a Special Enrollment Period.
Find out if you qualify to change plans
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If you experience a change to your income or household — like a pay raise, a new household member, or a dependent getting other coverage — you must update your Marketplace application.
If you (or someone on your plan) enrolled in a Marketplace plan and gets other health coverage — like through a job, Medicare, Medicaid, or CHIP — you can cancel your Marketplace coverage for everyone on your application or just certain people at any time.