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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jun 2018
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    Phoenix, Arizona
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    Default ACA Insurance Question

    I am waiting for Adjustment Status, through my U.S Citizen daughter.

    I have my EAD card and now working, thank god.

    I have been looking for medical insurance for myself. The insurance companies here in Arizona offer me a discount for low income and they give me a quote with Cost Sharing Reduction. I know I am not allowed to accept government assistance as a permament resident. Is Cost Sharing reduction considered governement assistance?

    Thank you

  2. #2

    Default Aca

    I think that would be government benefits so it could be a risk to accept it. Since this is so new you might not find anyone with any prior experience. To get a more definitive answer you prob would have to contact an immigration attorney.
    This is my opinion not legal advice.

  3. #3
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    Jun 2018
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    Quote Originally Posted by samlynn View Post
    I think that would be government benefits so it could be a risk to accept it. Since this is so new you might not find anyone with any prior experience. To get a more definitive answer you prob would have to contact an immigration attorney.
    Thank you.

  4. #4
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    Jun 2018
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    Phoenix, Arizona
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    Default Frustrating

    Quote Originally Posted by samlynn View Post
    I think that would be government benefits so it could be a risk to accept it. Since this is so new you might not find anyone with any prior experience. To get a more definitive answer you prob would have to contact an immigration attorney.
    I spoke to an immigration attorney today and he stated that because I do have my green card yet, I am not eligible for this discount and can hinder my application status.

    Yet another reason this process is so frustrating. I am just waiting for my interview and it has been almost 10 months!!! I am working, thank god but what do I do without insurance.

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