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Question I the wife of a Green Card holder I’m a US citizen born and raised and I ended up pregnant and needed Medicaid and needed food stamps as well all this was about total of 2 yrs total now we want to apply for spouse citizenship will this affect him or get his citizenship denied due to me being on public benefits but as of now I’m no longer on benifts he was absolutely never on the application cause he didn’t qualify 

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3 hours ago, Rachel78610 said:

Question I the wife of a Green Card holder I’m a US citizen born and raised and I ended up pregnant and needed Medicaid and needed food stamps as well all this was about total of 2 yrs total now we want to apply for spouse citizenship will this affect him or get his citizenship denied due to me being on public benefits but as of now I’m no longer on benifts he was absolutely never on the application cause he didn’t qualify 

It shouldn't affect him at all because the USC is the one receiving the benefits.

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