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I have a nefiu he is 20 years old, can he apply for medicaid

medicaid_questionQ) I have a nefiu he is will be 20 year old next month ,he is in high school and he has a problem with the vision he is a us citizen ,and i want to now if he can apply for medicaid

A) The rules for Medicaid eligibility are different for each state. You need to call or visit your state Medicaid Office and speak with a medicaid counselor regarding your nephew’s medical needs (In some states you can apply online, visit your state website)

According to the Government Medicaid Website; Most states have elected to provide Medicaid to children with family incomes above the minimum of 100% of the FPL, and all states have expanded coverage to children with higher incomes through the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP). See the Medicaid and CHIP upper income eligibility levels for children by state.

In general, children in families with incomes up to $44,700/year (for a family of four in 2011) are likely to be eligible for Medicaid or CHIP coverage. In many states, families with higher incomes can still qualify for coverage for their children. This includes children in mandatory Medicaid eligibility groups, which states must cover in order to participate in Medicaid, as well as children in optional eligibility groups that a state may elect to cover. All children from birth to age 6 with family incomes up to 133% ($29,700 for a family of four in 2011) and children age 6-18 with family incomes up to 100% ($22,350 for a family of four in 2011) are eligible for Medicaid. Other eligible children include infants born to women covered by Medicaid (known as “deemed newborns”), certain children in foster care or an adoption assistance program and certain children with disabilities.




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