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When my son turned 25 a couple of months ago he became ineligible for coverage under my MIT health plan. Now that the age limit has been increased, can I re-enroll him in my health plan?

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When my son turned 25 a couple of months ago he became ineligible for coverage under my MIT health plan. Now that the age limit has been increased, can I re-enroll him in my health plan?

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Yes. Before the passage of health care reform, dependent children were no longer eligible for coverage under your health care plan when they reached the age of 25. The new law mandates that your dependent children can be covered under your health care plan up through the end of the month in which they turn 26 as long as they don’t have access to health insurance through an employer. Read more about the impact of federal health care reform on your benefits.

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