Applying for an OHIP Card

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Listen to the audio, and fill in all the gaps, then press "Check" to check your answers. Use the "Clue" button to get a free letter if an answer is giving you trouble. You can also click on the "[?]" button to get a clue. Note that you will lose points if you ask for hints or clues!
A: Ontario Health Insurance, Etobicoke Office B: Applicant

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A: Hello, may I help you?

B: Yes, I have a 2 p.m. to apply for a new OHIP card.

A: What’s your please?

B: Jessie Chang.

A: Do you have your for Ontario Health Coverage form?

B: Yes, I do. I it from your website and filled it out.

A: Okay, good. Please have a seat. I’ll be with you .

B: Thank you.

A: Jessie, please come into my .

B: Okay. Here’s my form.

A: I’ll need to see 3 types of documents.

B: I brought 3 pieces of with me.

A: Do you have of Canadian citizenship or immigration status?

B: Yes, I do. Here’s my .

A: Good, now I need to see proof of .

B: Here is my telephone bill. It has my address and number on it.

A: Fine, that’s . Now, I require proof of identification, something with your on it.

B: I have my Record of Landing .

A: Thank you. Let me just enter this information into the .

B: Do you to see any more ID from me?

A: No, thanks. I do need to your date of entry into Canada, as there’s a 90-day waiting period before you’re eligible for OHIP. How many days ago did you in Canada?

B: I arrived in Canada 25 days .

A: There is a 90-day waiting period before you are for an OHIP card. So now it will be a 65-day waiting period because you’ve been in Canada for 25 days.

B: 2 weeks ago, I visitor’s insurance for 90 days while I wait for my OHIP coverage.

A: That’s a good idea. We that all applicants buy health insurance for the 90-day waiting period.

B: Is there anything I need to do ?

A: I need to take your for your OHIP card, right this way, please.