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Does your new employer offer a health insurance plan?
You can apply for a new policy through
The fact that your prior coverage was canceled should not be an issue.
I hope this information is helpful.
Can you please post a link to where you saw that?
If you could not afford the premium, you can apply for the exemption (from penalties) using the form for people who want to apply for an exemption based on coverage being unaffordable. See https://nystateofhealth.ny.gov/exemptions.html
Enrollment in the Small Business Marketplace is available all year long. You must enroll by the 15th of the month for coverage to be effective on the 1st of the next month.
The MNSure link is for Minnesota residents, the sbsbhealth link is not likely to find you a better policy than
The Experts here are not allowed to prepare documents for you, I am sorry but I cannot draft a letter for you.
I think it will be easier to just apply for a new policy with a different insurer than it would be to get the former insurer to reinsure you.
You asked: is telling the that the insurance was terminated for non payment acceptable ?