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  • Generally, if you cancel your Spouse Equity enrollment, you may not reenroll. However, if you cancel because you:
    • become covered as an employee or a family member under another person's FEHB enrollment, or
    • become covered under a Medicare Advantage Plan or Medicaid,
    you may reenroll if you lose the other coverage. You must provide documentation of the other coverage when you cancel your Spouse Equity enrollment.
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  • 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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