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If you deferred signing up for Part B, based on the retirement date you provided, it’s now time to do this.
NOTE: To be eligible for a Medicare Advantage plan, you must be entitled to both Medicare Parts A & B.
You will be required to submit proof of employment in addition to a Part B application.
To learn how to sign up for Medicare Part B, contact Social Security in one of the following ways:
Receiving your Medicare card
After you’ve applied for Medicare Part B, you should receive your Medicare card within 4 to 6 weeks.
If you don’t receive your card in 4 to 6 weeks, sign in or create your mymedicare.gov account. There you can follow up in the following ways:
- View your entitlements
- See if your card has been mailed
- Find your Medicare number
- Print an official copy of your Medicare card (optional)