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Medicare eligibility begins, for most, at age 65. However, individuals who have been receiving Social Security disability benefits for at least 24 months are also eligible. There are also some other criteria that allows you to be eligible to receive Medicare benefits.
So, you can qualify for Medicare coverage at 65 if you are a US citizen or a permanent resident and you’ve lived here continuously for at least five years.
If you are under 65, you can also qualify if you meet these criteria:
This is a no-cost consultation to determine if you, or someone you know, is eligible for Medicare; includes which parts and plans you also may qualify for. In this consultation you can:
You are eligible for Medicare Part A coverage at no cost at age 65 as long as you or your spouse has worked for at least 10 years in the United States.
The same eligibility requirements for Part A apply for Part B; however, there is a monthly premium.
To be eligible for Medicare Part C, or Medicare Advantage, you must first be enrolled in Medicare Part A and B.
You are eligible for Part D as long as you are enrolled in either Part A or B.
You do not, but if you do not have other health insurance coverage, there will be penalties for delaying your Medicare enrollment
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