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What does non-dependent child mean?

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Dependent Child A "Dependent Child" is any of the following who (i) is not currently married; (ii) has the same principal place of abode as you do for more than half the calendar year (not counting absences while away at school); and (iii) does not provide over half of his or her own support: Your child who has not attained age 19 (higher ages may apply with respect to coverage under the Emeriti Health Insurance Plan Options in certain states, if required by law). Your child who has not attained age 24 and who is enrolled as a full-time student in an educational institution (higher ages may apply with respect to coverage under the Emeriti Health Insurance Plan Options in certain states, if required by law). Your child, regardless of age, who is Permanently Disabled. The following rules apply to the determination of whether an individual will be treated as your Dependent Child: Child Status: An individual will be considered your child if he or she is your natural child, adopted child, ... more
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