You MUST Notify Your GIC Coordinator (active employees) or the GIC (retirees and survivors) When Your Personal or Family Information Changes

Failure to provide timely notification of personal information changes, such as legal separation, divorce, remarriage, and/or addition of dependents can result in financial liability to you.  If any of the following occur, active employees must notify their GIC Coordinator. If you are a retiree or survivor, write to the GIC:

  • Marriage or remarriage
  • Remarriage of a former spouse
  • Legal separation
  • Divorce
  • Address change
  • Birth or adoption of a child
  • Legal guardianship of a child
  • Dependent age 19 to 26 who is no longer a full-time student
  • Dependent other than full-time student who has moved out of your health plan’s service area
  • Death of an insured
  • Death of a covered spouse, dependent or beneficiary
  • You have GIC COBRA coverage and become eligible for other health coverage

This information provided by the Group Insurance Commission .

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