Losing Health Insurance, Does COBRA Qualify?

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Hello, I am set to turn 26 next week (I know, I should have done this a lot sooner), but I just got the advice yesterday from a classmate in a similar situation. I am a full-time grad student covered under my grandparent’s insurance plan (BlueCross Blue Shield of Alabama), and my classmate stated the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA) has allowed her to remain on her parents’ plan for an extra year after turning 26.

I don’t even know where to even start to begin to looking into this. I would ask her for more info but she stated her parents figured all of this out. My grandparents are now retired and are now both covered by medicare. Has anyone heard of any similar scenarios?

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Hello, I am set to turn 26 next week (I know, I should have done this a lot sooner), but I just got the advice yesterday from a classmate in a similar situation. I am a full-time grad student covered under my grandparent’s insurance plan (BlueCross Blue Shield of Alabama), and my classmate stated the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA) has allowed her to remain on her parents’ plan for an extra year after turning 26. I don’t even know where to even start to begin to looking into this. I would ask her for more info but she stated her parents figured all of this out. My grandparents are now retired and are now both covered by medicare. Has anyone heard of any similar scenarios?
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