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Divorce

  • No. Only the children covered under a former employee's TCC enrollment are eligible for TCC in their own right. When your child is no longer an eligible family member under your enrollment, he/she:
    • gets a 31-day extension of coverage, and
    • may convert to an individual contract offered by your health benefits plan,
    unless he/she loses coverage because you canceled your enrollment or didn't pay your premiums.
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  • No. Only the children covered under the enrollment of an employee, former employee, or annuitant are eligible for TCC. If your child loses coverage under you Spouse Equity enrollment, he/she:
    • gets a 31-day extension of coverage, and
    • may convert to an individual contract offered by your health benefits plan,
    unless he/she loses coverage because you canceled your enrollment or didn't pay your premiums.
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  • Only you and the children born to or adopted by you and your former spouse (the Federal employee or annuitant) are covered under a Self and Family enrollment. Your child must be under age 26 or be incapable of self-support because of a mental or physical disability that existed before age 26. Your children cannot be covered under more than one FEHB enrollment. If your former spouse (the Federal employee or annuitant) covers the children under his/her FEHB enrollment, your Spouse Equity enrollment should be for Self Only coverage.
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