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3 hours ago, Luckycuds said:

Sorry but the original post wasn’t very clear and further postings convoluted. You do not need to worry about her being deported. Currently, Medicaid and food stamps are not considered for public charge purposes. Just make sure you follow through w whatever you are submitting for her AOS. 🙂 good luck.

Really, where I could found Medicaid and SNAP are not considered for public charge?

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5 hours ago, PolarBearCBB said:

no assests, my mother is dissbled, me and wife stay with her. wife makes 12k a year, part time, ive lost my job, no insurance or unemployment. need fin help bad. was in a bad car accident.

There was a thread here yesterday or the day before about working from home on the computer for Amazon. Doing the online chat with customers about their purchases. No different from using this forum. If you can type to us about your financial and immigration woes, I think you would be able to chat online with Amazon customers about their purchases. Have you considered something like this? 




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6 hours ago, samuelam said:

Really, where I could found Medicaid and SNAP are not considered for public charge?


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HOUSEHOLD income can affect some income based benefits.


If you are permanently disabled, I suggest you consult one of the law firms that specializes in obtaining SSDI benefits for their clients.  It is almost essential in getting through the system.  They are paid from the awarded back payments so you have no up front costs. The process is lengthy so start soon.



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