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Scan or photograph the document. Using your home scanner or a scanner at a local copy store, scan your document and save it in a format we can accept: .doc, .pdf, .gif, .jpg, .jpeg or .bmp. You can also upload a photo of the document; please make sure the photo includes the entire document and is clear and readable. You may upload up to 5 attachments with a maximum file size of 8MB for all attachments.
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- Select a PCP now by clicking the "Launch Provider Search in a New Window" button for that applicant.
- Click "No" for the question "Would you like to select a PCP for (name)?". Health Net will select a PCP for that applicant.
What is a qualified interpreter?
A qualified interpreter should:
(a) have the vocabulary equivalent of a native speaker that has received an advanced education (college or university equivalent) in the non-English language.
(b) be able to demonstrate cultural sensitivity in their communication, taking into consideration that every language encompasses a wide range of variation
(c) have native speaker language skills (native speaker language skills are developed by growing up or functioning in a language community) and
(d) have corresponding reading and writing skills in the non-English language (the reading and writing skills would be demonstrated by advanced education in the native language).
Acceptable proof documents
- Current California driver's license or identification card.
- Current and valid California vehicle registration form in the applicant's name.
- Evidence the applicant is employed in California.
- Evidence the applicant has registered with a public or private employment agency in California.
- Evidence that the applicant has enrolled his or her children in an California school.
- Evidence that the applicant is receiving public assistance in California.
- Voter registration form of receipt, voter notification card or an abstract of a voter registration.
- Current California utility bill in the applicant's name.
- Current California rent or mortgage payment receipt in the applicant's name. Rent receipts provided by a relative shall not be accepted.
- Mortgage deed showing primary residency.
- Lease agreement in the applicant's name.
- Government mail in the applicant's name (SSA statement, DMV notice, etc.).
- Cell phone bill.
- Credit card statement.
- Bank statement or canceled check with printed name and address.
- US Postal Service change of address confirmation letter.
- Moving company contract or receipt showing your address.
- If you're living in the home of another person, like a family member, friend or roommate, you may send a letter/statement from that person stating that you live with them and aren't just temporarily visiting. This person must prove their own residency by including one of the documents listed above.
- If you're homeless or in transitional housing, you may submit a letter or statement from another resident of the same state, stating that they know where you live and can verify that you live in the area and aren't just temporarily visiting. This person must prove their own residency by including one of the documents listed above.
- Letter from a local non-profit social services provider (excluding non-profit health care providers) or government entity (including a shelter) that can verify that you live in the area and aren't just visiting.
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As part of the enrollment process, you will need to submit proof of your dependent's disability. Download the Proof of Disability form
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