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Covered California to send pre-termination notices to consumers with missing paperwork
Modesto Bee

A little more than 10,000 Californians who failed to provide citizenship or immigration status verification will soon start receiving pre-termination notices for their health care coverage, Covered California officials announced Monday.

According to a Covered California news release, about 98,900 families in the state received multiple notices starting in early September informing them of the need for citizenship or immigration status verification.