How to Request Documentation for Insurance Enrollment

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When requesting documentation for insurance enrollment, this usually applies when you have added somebody to your policy. Request documentation for insurance enrollment with help from an expert at Combs & Company in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Susan Combs, and today we're going to talk about how to request documentation for insurance enrollment. When requesting documentation for insurance enrollment, this usually applies when you have added somebody to your policy because when you have enrolled you've probably gotten your card in the mail but say you've had a child during this time and you need to know that they have been on the policy because you are going to go to your pediatrician and they are going to ask for proof of this enrollment. So typically what happens is you either contact your broker or you contact your carrier or you contact your HR personnel and you give them information on the birth. So usually you will give them the full name, you will give them the date of birth and if you have the social security number, you're going to provide that as well. And then they are going to put that into the insurance system and then within seven to ten business days you will have a card in the mail. If you need that information prior to then, you can go online and log onto your account and it should bring up a temporary card that you can print out and take with you.

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