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Q.How do I apply for Cal-COBRA?

A.Your employer is required by law to provide qualified employees with a Cal-COBRA notice within 30 days of a qualifying event. Upon receipt of such a notice, and within 60 days of the qualifying event, the former employee must submit a complete Cal-COBRA application to his or her previous employer or the Cal-COBRA administrator. The Cal-COBRA administrator is either your previous employer or a company that your prior employer has chosen to process Cal-COBRA extension premiums. The employee will be given an additional 45 days to pay any premiums that are due, or became due, before you elected Cal-COBRA.

If for any reason, your former employer or health provider fails to provide you with the forms needed to elect COBRA or Cal-COBRA coverage within 15 days of your termination, make a written demand for the forms from your prior employer and the health plan. If you still do not receive the forms, call California's Help Center.




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