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Will it look bad if your child is on the AllKids insurance (government) when you go to the interview? I mean I am sure it won't look the best. Health insurance is just so expensive and my son never really needs it. Although I have a pretty well paid job I still qualify for the income limit (it says it is $4200). Anyone else have state insurance and not have issues?

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Will it look bad if your child is on the AllKids insurance (government) when you go to the interview? I mean I am sure it won't look the best. Health insurance is just so expensive and my son never really needs it. Although I have a pretty well paid job I still qualify for the income limit (it says it is $4200). Anyone else have state insurance and not have issues?

Thank you!

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You have a "well paid job and still qualify " for government assistance?

So basically you can afford the health insurance but you just wanna mooch?

Anyways, it will have no impact on your case during on which type.

But as far as i know, only low income families qualify for certain government assistance, so just make sure that however "well paid" you are, you can sponsor the beneficiary or you can find a co-sponsor.


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Wouldn't say that I want to mooch, but maybe you're right. Hospital healthcare is not the greatest and your deductible can be up to 6,000 dollars. Although my son has never had anything medical related. I still have not received my packet of information from my work about the healthcare provided. Guess the smart thing to do is just get the cheapest health care then and go with that. I almost find it unfair that people who work their ### off have to pay a ton of money for anything healthcare related while others get it for free. I guess that's American healthcare though.

Thanks for your reply.

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