Do you have to be married to get medicaid
Medicaid eligibility is limited to individuals in five categories: children; pregnant women; adults in with dependent children; [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/do-you-have-to-be-married-to-get-medicaid ]
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- Do you have to be married to get medicaid
- Medicaid eligibility is limited to individuals in five categories: children; pregnant women; adults in with dependent children;
- Can you get medicaid for pregnancy if your married?
- You can get Medicaid for your pregnancy, whether or not you’re married, if you meet the eligibility factors, such as income, citizenship, etc.
- Will she lose Medicaid if we get married?
- You state “The reason we want to get married is because her son (4yrs old) is in her custody but is restricted to the county they live in and the only way to get them up her is to get married so we can go to court to take the restricti…
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