1. Losing other health coverage
2. Adding a dependent through birth; adoption or placement for adoption; marriage
3. New citizenship or lawfully nationally present status
4. Unintentionally or inadvertently failing to enroll due to an error on the part of the marketplace.
5. Changing residence so that the individual gains access to a new marketplace option.
6. If the marketplace is proven to have violated a material provision of its contract in relation to the enrollee (this would permit a covered individual to change plans within the marketplace).
7. Being newly eligible for subsidized coverage or having a change in eligibility (whether the individual is enrolled in the marketplace)
8. Proving that the individual meets other exceptional circumstances as the marketplace may provide.