The steps you’ll take depend on if you move to a different state or the same state.

If you move within the same state

Your coverage options and savings probably won’t change based only on your new address. You can report the change by following these instructions.

If you move to a different state

Important: When you move to a new state, you can’t keep your current plan. It’s very important to report moves out of state as soon as possible so you don’t have a break in coverage or keep paying for coverage that doesn’t apply in your new state.

When you move out of state, you’ll need to start a new Marketplace application for your new state. How you apply depends on whether your new state uses HealthCare.gov or its own website.

  1. Log in to your HealthCare.gov account.
  2. Select "Start a new application or update an existing one."
  3. Select the year you want coverage and your new state.
    • Don’t see your state? Your state may run its own Marketplace. If it does, you’ll use its website to apply. Click on your state on this list to go to the website where you’ll apply.
  4. Click “Apply or renew” to start a new application on HealthCare.gov.
  5. After you finish your application for your new state, you’ll see plans and prices available to you. Complete your enrollment in your new state.

Update your profile

Important: No matter where you move, you should also update your HealthCare.gov profile. Here’s how:

  1. Log in to your Marketplace account.
  2. Select "Start a new application or update an existing one."
  3. Click your name in the top right of the screen and select “My profile.”
  4. Click “Edit” next to the “Address” field. Note: Sometimes a more detailed address than the one you type in (like one with your full ZIP code) may pop up. Select it so we’ll have your most accurate address.
  5. Report email and phone changes on your HealthCare.gov profile this same way.