Enrollment Card

Published: | Updated: October 23, 2017

Definition - What does Enrollment Card mean?

An enrollment card is a card that a potential policyholder fills out and submits to an insurance company as an attempt to enroll in an insurance plan. After doing this, they must wait for approval. If approved, they will get an insurance policy and its subsequent coverage in exchange for paying premiums.

Insuranceopedia explains Enrollment Card

Information that may need to be supplied on an enrollment card include the potential policyholder's name, date of birth, social security number, type of coverage desired, number of children, and spouse's name. Depending on which insurance policy a person applies for, they may have to specify the individual benefits they would like to receive. Premium prices may change depending on these benefits. If the application is approved, the policyholder will usually be sent an insurance card that verifies their ownership of the policy.


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