Q) What requirements do i need to meet too qualify for medicaid ?
A) For the most part, to be eligible for Medicaid you must be one of the following:
Be age 65 or older.
Have a permanent disability as that term is defined by the Social Security Administration.
Be a pregnant woman.
Be a child, or the parent or caretaker of a child.
Eligibility vary by state, individuals must generally meet at least one of the following criteria to qualify for Medicaid: Individuals must satisfy federal and state requirements regarding residency, immigration status, and documentation of citizenship.
in states that have chosen to expand their Medicaid programs, all individuals with incomes up to 138 percent of the federal poverty level (FPL) will qualify for coverage. Some states offer Medicaid coverage to individuals with a higher income limit.
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