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I need to take my son off my health insurance. Hes move out

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I need to take my son off my health insurance. He's move out and is living on his own now but I have already start my next year with my insurance plan. They usually allow one time to make adjustments to it.

How do I go about taking him off my plan now since he has move out?

My name is XXXXX XXXXX I'd be happy to answer your questions today.

Typically, a person has 30 days to make changes to an insurance policy when a qualifying event occurs (although different plans may provide a different time period). If a person who was previously a dependent is no longer a dependent, that is a type of qualifying event. So, if your son moved out of your home and you are not providing at least 50% of his support, you should be able to call the insurance company and ask what documentation they need to remove him.

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