California's health insurance exchange – Covered California – has begun sending “pre-termination” notices this week to 10,474 people who failed to prove their citizenship or legal residency in the US to qualify for ObamaCare.
The state-run insurance exchange requires consumers to verify citizenship or immigration status through a federal data hub. People living in the U.S. illegally aren't eligible for health law coverage.
There is still time for Californians to provide verification of eligibility. Otherwise, the health plan will send a final cancellation notice.
Source: The Los Angeles Times