I just got divorced and want to remove my former spouse from my health insurance plans. What do I need to do?
You must begin the process of removing your former spouse and any step-children (unless you adopted them) from your health insurance plan(s) as soon as possible after your divorce. All forms required can be obtained from Human Resources.

Submit the following completed forms to Human Resources.

• Personal Information Change form: Submit to Human Resources to begin the process.

• Anthem Blue Cross Change form: to remove/terminate your spouse and any step-children (unless you adopted them) from your medical insurance plan.

• REMIF Enrollment form: to remove/terminate your spouse and any step-children (unless you adopted them) from your dental, vision, and EAP plans.
Note the following:
• Changes to your health insurance plan(s) must be submitted to the insurance agencies within 30 days of the date of your divorce.

• A copy of your divorce decree must be submitted to Human Resources within 30 days of the date of your divorce.

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1. I am adopting a baby / child and want to add him / her to my health insurance plans. What do I need to do?
2. I just got divorced and want to remove my former spouse from my health insurance plans. What do I need to do?
3. I just got married and want to add my spouse to my health insurance plan(s). What do I need to do?
4. I just had a baby and want to add him/her to my health insurance plans. What do I need to do?
5. I went to a contracted (network) hospital under my Anthem Blue Cross plan for emergency care but I don't know if the ER doctor was contracted. Will my visit be covered at the contracted rate?
6. Under my Anthem Blue Cross plan, do I need a referral to go to a specialist?
7. I have a dependent full-time student over 19. How long will my dependent be eligible for coverage on my health insurance?
8. I have a full-time student over 19. When do I need to send student verification?
9. I have a dependent attending school out of state. Will my dependent still be covered under my health insurance?
10. My Domestic Partner is covered under my health insurance. Are my Domestic Partner's children eligible too?
11. I have other medical and dental coverage and want to waive the medical and dental insurance offered by the City. What do I do?
12. I have a flexible spending account (FSA) and I haven't used all of my election amount for this plan year. Will I lose it?