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The effective date of coverage for an insured individual is the first day of the month for which the premium is paid by the employer. However, an employee who is both disabled and away from work on the date the insurance is to become effective will not be insured until the first day of the month following the day the employee actually returns to active work for a participant employer on a full-time basis or, in the case of a part-time employee, for at least as many hours as the employee formerly worked.
History: In effect before 11/7/85, Register 99
Authority: AS 39.30.155
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Last modified 7/05/2006