Does Moving Qualify Someone For Enrollment?

My daughter who is 28 years old is teaching English abroad. She comes back to the U.S. in July, 2015. Will she be able to sign up for Obamacare when she returns?

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Need more details. What moves qualify? To a new city in the same state? A new state?


A move qualifies if your access to plans changes as a result of the move. Plans are usually based on region. So this could be a change of address in the same state or out-of-state. It doesn’t matter where in the U.S. you move as long as your plan options change.

We updated the answer to clarify a few other things as well. Thanks for brining this up and helping us to make the information better!

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