When you get married, you can make certain corresponding changes to your insurance benefits for yourself, your new spouse, and eligible dependent children through age 26, including any new stepchildren.
You may change your medical, dental, spouse life, child life, and pre-tax benefits.
Medical and dental
Add medical and dental coverages by submitting the Qualifying Status Change form (Formerly - Application to Change Insurance Coverage).
Following the request to add a dependent, you will be asked to provide proof of dependent eligibility. A detailed letter asking for the appropriate documentation will be sent to your home.
Drop medical and dental coverage by submitting the Qualifying Status Change form (Formerly - Application to Change Insurance Coverage).
If you are dropping medical coverage for yourself, and you receive the full employer contribution, you must also submit the Waiver of Medical Coverage form and provide acceptable proof of other coverage for yourself, your spouse, and eligible dependents.
You cannot change your medical or dental plan administrator.
Add optional life coverages by completing the Optional Application (child life insurance and spouse life insurance up to $10,000 without evidence of insurability (proof of good health)).
You may start or increase an existing Medical and Dental Expense Account (MDEA).
You may start or increase an existing Dependent Care Expense Account (DCEA).
You can make changes to your MDEA and/or DCEA by completing and returning to SEGIP the Change in Participation form.