It’s not too late for American Indians and Alaska Natives to Enroll in Health Insurance

Enrolled members of federally recognized tribes or Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) Corporations are eligible to enroll in health insurance through the Marketplace on a monthly basis.  Connect with the Marketplace in your state through healthcare.gov or find other local in-person assistance by visiting localhelp.healthcare.gov.

 

Exemption Available for American Indians and Alaska Natives

Enrolled members of federally recognized tribes or ANCSA Corporations and individuals eligible for services from an Indian Health Care provider are eligible to apply for an exemption from the individual shared responsibility payment for not having minimum essential coverage by March 31, 2014.  Individuals eligible for the exemption are encouraged to apply for the exemption in 2014. The application and instructions are available at heathcare.gov/exemptions.

 

 

 

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