Removal of parent or parent-in-law from the Sponsored Medical Insurance Plan, SMIP or termination of coverage can occur because of:
- Voluntary termination of coverage;
- End of parent or parent-in-law's eligibility for Sponsored MIP;
- End of the staff member's active employment (Sponsored MIP termination is automatic in this event, however, Continuation MIP may be requested.).
If you submit MIP claims for non-eligible family members for medical plans, you are committing fraud. The World Bank Group pursues such cases rigorously, and sanctions include loss of MIP coverage for you (in perpetuity), financial restitution of the fraudulent claims, and even referral to the criminal justice authorities in your jurisdiction.