Lost Job or Income
You recently lost employment, were laid off, or left your job.
Loss of income due to fewer hours or less work.
Turned 26 Years Old
You turn 26 years old and are no longer eligible for a parent’s plan.
Married or Entered a Domestic Partnership
Change of Household Size
Your household size changed.
Affected by Wildfires
Your household experienced an exceptional circumstance, such as the 2020 California wildfires.
Released from Jail or Prison
Current Enrollees Who Experienced a Life Event
You are already enrolled in a Covered California plan and become newly eligible or ineligible for tax credits or cost-sharing reductions.
You are already enrolled in a Covered California plan and you lose a dependent or lose your status as a dependent due to divorce, legal separation, dissolution of domestic partnership, or death.
Lost Health Insurance
You lose Medi-Cal coverage.
You lose your employer-sponsored coverage.
Your COBRA coverage is exhausted. Note: Not paying your COBRA premium is not considered loss of coverage.
You are no longer eligible for student health coverage.
You turn 19 years old and are no longer eligible for a child-only plan.
Moved to or Within California
You move to California from out of state.
You move within California and gain access to at least one new Covered California health insurance plan.
A Child is Born, Adopted or Received Into Foster Care
Domestic Abuse or Special Abandonment
Survivors of domestic abuse or spousal abandonment qualify for special enrollment
Returned From Active Military Service
You have lost coverage after leaving active duty, reserve duty, or the California National Guard.
Gained Citizenship or Lawful Presence
You become a citizen, national, or permanent legal resident.