If there are inconsistencies between a consumer’s application and the information contained in the approved electronic sources, the applicable Marketplace produces an initial eligibility notice that includes a list of any inconsistencies, along with instructions for how they can be resolved. The most common types of inconsistencies are income, citizenship, and immigration status.
Remember, the consumer may attest to having eligibility for health coverage, but that attestation is only good for a 90-day period, during which the consumer must provide satisfactory documentation to the applicable Marketplace to resolve the inconsistency; otherwise, he or she may lose eligibility for health coverage through the Marketplace.
You should submit the requested information as soon as possible, preferably by uploading the requested documents through your HealthCare.gov account.
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