Don't Risk It – Upload Your Verification Documents For Your Licensed Agent To Review
Before you send your documents directly to the marketplace, consider this: a simple mistake could lead to plan cancellation or a premium hike. But fear not, we've got you covered.
At Utah Avenue Insurance, we're your safety net. We ensure your submission is perfect, so you never have to worry about losing your coverage or paying more. Unlike Marketplace call center representatives, our agents are licensed and insured. You can rest easy knowing we've got the knowledge and expertise to handle even the trickiest of verification requests, without compromising the affordable health insurance you count on.
Our Verification Process
Easy Upload: Simply upload, text or email your verification documents to us.
Our Experts Review: Our team of experts checks your documents against the Marketplace's requirements.
Helpful Feedback: If anything's amiss, we won't leave you in the lurch. We provide feedback and guidance.
Proof of No Medicare Coverage
Why is the Marketplace asking me to verify this?
You might be asked to show proof that you're not eligible for Medicare because it can affect your eligibility for Marketplace health insurance. Medicare is a government program for people aged 65 and older or those with certain disabilities. If you qualify for Medicare, it means you're already eligible for government-provided health insurance and not eligible for Marketplace coverage. So, if you're over 65 or disabled and don't qualify for Medicare, it's important to prove it. This way, the Marketplace can make sure you're in the right program that aligns with your age and eligibility, either Medicare or the Marketplace, but not both, to ensure you get the most suitable healthcare benefits.
What documentation should I submit to satisfy this requirement?
Acceptable proof of no Medicare coverage for the Marketplace often involves providing a document or statement that verifies your age, such as a birth certificate or driver's license, to show that you're under 65 and not eligible for Medicare. You can also submit a denial letter from the Social Security Administration or a similar government agency that states you're not currently enrolled in Medicare.
- • Personal Letter of Explanation
• Letter from Medicare
• Letter from Social Security Administration
• Birth Certificate
• Driver's License
Get help with your Marketplace verifications from a local Utah health insurance agent
We're delighted to offer both in-person and phone consultations to assist you with your health insurance requirements. Our expertise extends to health insurance solutions both within and outside the marketplace, Medicare Advantage and supplements, dental and vision insurance, as well as life insurance and accident plans. We appreciate the opportunity to serve as your advocate in navigating these options. The best part is that our guidance and support come at no cost to you. Your well-being is our priority, and we're committed to ensuring you make informed decisions about your insurance coverage.