How do I prove I'm a NEW Massachusetts resident?

For individuals, couples and families who are applying for health insurance in Massachusetts outside of Open Enrollment, you may need to prove residency in Massachusetts :

If your "Qualifying Event" is that you "moved to Massachusetts within the last 60 days," then your home/apartment address must be in Massachusetts, and one (1) form of proof must be provided (uploaded) as part of your insurance application.

Provide 1 option from this list as Proof of NEW Massachusetts Residency (all items must have been issued within the last 60 days):

  1. Massachusetts (MA) driver's license
  2. Massachusetts-issued professional license
  3. Annual Social Security Statement (most current)
  4. Property Tax Bill (most current)
  5. Utility Bill (no more than 60 days old) with Massachusetts address
  6. Voter Registration card (current)
  7. Excise tax bill (current year)
  8. Massachusetts vehicle registration (most current)
  9. Tuition bill (most current) from a Massachusetts college/university for yourself or a dependent
  10. Certificate of Residency from your Massachusetts (MA) city or town
  11. Homeowner's or renter's insurance policy (current year)
  12. Mortgage documents for your Massachusetts-based residence
  13. Rental agreement for your Massachusetts-based residence (current year)
  14. Official Change of Address Confirmation Letter from the United States Post Office (no more than 60 days old)
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