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Mr. Castillo, a naturalized citizen

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Mr. Castillo, a naturalized citizen, previously enrolled in Medicare Part B but has recently stopped paying his Part B premium. Mr. Castillo is still covered by Part A. He would like to enroll in a Medicare Advantage (MA) plan and is still covered by Part A. What should you tell him? Question 8Select one: a. He is not eligible to enroll in a Medicare Advantage as a naturalized citizen. b. He can enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan but it will pay only the benefits associated with Medicare Part A. c. He is not eligible to enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan until he re-enrolls in Medicare Part B. d. He can enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan if he has dropped Part B less than 90 days ago.

c. He is not eligible to enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan until he re-enrolls in Medicare Part B.

To enroll in a Medicare Advantage (MA) plan, individuals must be enrolled in both Medicare Part A and Part B. Since Mr. Castillo has stopped paying his Part B premium, he is no longer enrolled in Part B. In order to be eligible for a Medicare Advantage plan, he would need to re-enroll in Medicare Part B first. Once he has both Part A and Part B coverage, he can then consider enrolling in a Medicare Advantage plan if he wishes to do so.