eligibility period

eligibility period

Health insurance The time following the eligibility date–usually 31 days–during which a member of a group may apply for insurance without evidence of insurability
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The eligibility period for being nominated is March 2014-March 2015.
The MSBA does not expect to determine which applicants to invite into the eligibility period until this fall.
The accolade goes to the scorer of the best goal in a year of world football, with an eligibility period from October 3, 2013 to September 26, 2014 - allowing Roche's spectacular effort for Peamount United against Wexford Youths Women to squeeze in.
Young Savers should maintain a balance of at least QR500 in their accounts during the eligibility period for each monthly draw.
First, the eligibility period for qualified individuals to obtain an FMCSA Military Skills Test Waiver has been extended from 90 days to one year, nationwide.
In addition to our terrific advocacy work on the R & S Plan, the program's trust committee has implemented changes to reduce the minimum allowable benefit formula, added options for employee-required contributions and eliminated requirements for mandatory funding of benefits for employees subject to a two-year or minimum-age-21 eligibility period.
Beatles legend Paul McCartney released an album well within the eligibility period and is up for four Grammys yet, despite his producers receiving nods, he misses out at this year's ceremony.
The bill would extend the Department of Veterans Affairs' Rehabilitation & Education (VR&E) VetSuccess program eligibility period by 5 years--from 12 years from their military discharge date to 17 years.
ARRA Section 1603 created a Treasury grant for investment in certain new energy property that is placed in service during 2009, 2010, or 2011, or after 2011 if construction began on the property during 2009, 2010, or 2011 and the property is placed in service before the end of its eligibility period.
album chart until later that year, after the eligibility period ended.
Achieng Ajulu-Bushell last represented Kenya at last summer's World Championships in Rome after which she decided to switch nationality, requiring a year's eligibility period before she could swim in British colours.