Summer is the most popular time for moving. However, there are some things you can’t put in a box, such as the peace of mind that comes with having health insurance.

Moving might be stressful, but finding a health plan that fits your new lifestyle doesn’t seem to be. If you are relocating, whether out of state or within your current state, you might be able to obtain Marketplace health insurance through the SEP or Special Enrollment Period. This means you can change or enroll in your plan even outside the Open Enrollment Period. In most cases, you would have around 60 days from the date of your move to sign up for new coverage or change plans.

Depending on the state where you move, you will have access to new options, premiums, and savings.

Not sure if you’re eligible? We’ll notify you if you qualify and how to apply and enroll after answering a few quick questions.

It’s important to note that moving isn’t the only life change that qualifies you for a Special Enrollment Period. You may also get approved if you have had other life changes, such as losing job-based coverage, having a baby, or getting married.