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How can i remove insurance dont have any more?

Postby wokaihwokomas92 » Thu Jul 26, 2012 12:59 pm

I have kern family health seven yrs ago i had blue cross thro my mom when i went to the doc they said they couldnt use kern family cause blue cross showed active so how can i get it removed off where wouldnt show up
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Postby yoshi » Thu Jul 26, 2012 1:00 pm

The other answer is quite correct. YOU can't do this. If it's your mom's policy, your mom has to take steps to have you removed. She should have done this when you became covered under your own policy.
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Postby vsneych » Thu Jul 26, 2012 1:08 pm

If you are not the policy owner, you cannot cancel the health insurance. If it is through your employer, you have to wait until open enrollment.

And since Kern is a California welfare health insurance provider for kids, if you're not a minor any more, or you haven't reapplied for that welfare health insurance recently (you have to reapply every year), you don't have THAT any more, either.
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Postby ricardo » Thu Jul 26, 2012 1:11 pm

That's relatively easy. Your mom is the policy holder, she must contact that insurance and get Proof of Termination. This is just something that says the policy has been terminated and the coverage end date. Make sure it has your name listed as a dependent. Then all you would need to do is submit that to your current insurance policy and they will remove anything that says you have other insurance.
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