To be considered a foster child for health benefits purposes:
· the child must live with you;
· you must expect to raise the child to adulthood.
· the child's natural parents are alive;
· the child's natural parent lives with you; or
· the child receives some support from sources other than you (for example, social security payments or support payments from a parent).
· A child whose parents have died is living with, and being supported by, a close relative who is an enrollee.
· A child who is living with and financially dependent on a grandparent who is an enrollee. (The natural parent of the child may also be a dependent.)
· A child living with an enrollee under a preadoption agreement.
· A child who is in the legal custody of an enrollee.