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Hello, I wanted to see if anyone has any tips on how to apply for health insurance.

My wife has been sponsored with an affidavit of support by my family (father+mother+me).

My father+mother live+work in California.


We (I and wife) live in Nevada.


I want to have her apply for health insurance in our living home state of Nevada.


When applying, which income would she have to use? Is it the sponsor's income that was stated in the affidavit? Or the current income of the sponsors.


All other application which requires income, will she always have to put the CURRENT (future years) income of my family+me?


Thanks in advance.





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