Find someone in your area who may be able to help you file an appeal, answer questions about the appeals process, and provide unbiased help.
You can choose to have someone you trust (like a family member, friend, advocate, or attorney) act on your behalf for your appeal by giving them permission to be your authorized representative.
If you appoint an authorized representative, they'll be the main contact during your appeal. All communications about your appeal will go to your authorized representative, not you. They’re responsible for:
To appoint a representative for your appeal, you’ll need to send a form or letter to the Marketplace Appeals Center — even if you already appointed an authorized representative for your Marketplace application.End highlighted text
You can appoint an authorized representative as part of your appeal request.
If you already filed your appeal, you can still appoint a representative. You can:
Then mail or fax your completed form or letter to:
If you decide you no longer want your authorized representative to help with your appeal, contact the Marketplace Appeals Center.End highlighted text
You have the right to get help and information about appeals and other Marketplace issues in your language at no cost. To talk to an interpreter, call 1-800-318-2596.