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Before getting married: I called and asked Healthcare.gov about adding my 'future husband/Fiance' onto the plan and I told them when I'm getting married and the guy set up my account for me so hopefully nothing went wrong here. So now that my husband and I are married, I'm looking through on the healthcare.gov account to see if anything odd going on but it currently says I'm married and it listed my husband as my spouse. The coverage didn't start until August though, which is almost a month after we got married but we don't have any medical issue. & my husband at the time didn't have a SSN, so it went through just fine.
 

After I added my husband to the plan and gave the healthcare.gov the required document it asked for like I-94, Passport, etc. and when I came back looking through to see what it got on under it right now, it shows this:

 

https://gyazo.com/2c939f98f3c447942ee9bd0819fbe0f7

 

Should I be concerned that it didn't use the I-94 as it was only selected on Passport?
So when I get NOA1 from the AOS package, I'll have to update that.


K-1 Visa process (I'm the USC [F])

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Sent packet: August 10, 2018

USCIS Received package: August 14, 2018
Notification in text/email: August 17, 2018
Mail received from USCIS: January 22, 2019
USCIS Approved I-129F Petition: January 17, 2019

NVC Received Case: February 14, 2019

NVC Case # Assigned: February 14, 2019

US Embassy Received: Not sure but got email reply - March 11, 2019
Instructions Received via e-mail: March 19, 2019

Interview: May 7, 2019 - Approved!
Arriving to US/POE: June 12, 2019
Married July 15, 2019

 

AOS Process
Sent packet: July 27, 2019
USCIS Received Package: July 29, 2019
[Hiccup] Package was sent back due to incorrect fee and sent on August 5, 2019.
Notification in text/email: August 12, 2019 @ 12:30AM
Check cashed: August 12, 2019
NOA 1 Mail: August 16, 2019
Biometric:

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https://www.healthcare.gov/immigrants/lawfully-present-immigrants/

 

Would this considerably a public charge being able to use tax credit?

 

Regarding over this thread:

 


K-1 Visa process (I'm the USC [F])

Spoiler

 

Sent packet: August 10, 2018

USCIS Received package: August 14, 2018
Notification in text/email: August 17, 2018
Mail received from USCIS: January 22, 2019
USCIS Approved I-129F Petition: January 17, 2019

NVC Received Case: February 14, 2019

NVC Case # Assigned: February 14, 2019

US Embassy Received: Not sure but got email reply - March 11, 2019
Instructions Received via e-mail: March 19, 2019

Interview: May 7, 2019 - Approved!
Arriving to US/POE: June 12, 2019
Married July 15, 2019

 

AOS Process
Sent packet: July 27, 2019
USCIS Received Package: July 29, 2019
[Hiccup] Package was sent back due to incorrect fee and sent on August 5, 2019.
Notification in text/email: August 12, 2019 @ 12:30AM
Check cashed: August 12, 2019
NOA 1 Mail: August 16, 2019
Biometric:

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A small update about the tax credit use - it won't be held as public charge.

Source: https://www.healthreformbeyondthebasics.org/ via email.

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Hello,

 

The new public charge immigration policy is complex and, as you can imagine, we are still sorting it out. 

 

The new rule, which is scheduled to go into effect on Oct. 15, 2019 does not look at receipt of ACA premium tax credits (current or past) in the definition of public charge. 

 

As mentioned, the rule is complex and looks at many different aspects of a person’s life to make the public charge assessment, such as income; people with income below 125% percent of the federal poverty line (approximately $21,130 for a household of 2) may struggle to pass the test even if they never used any benefit program that is included in the definition of public charge.

 

Also, having access to private insurance could be viewed favorably in the public charge determination test (in other words this could help a person demonstrate they are not likely to become a public charge), but people who get ACA premium tax credits to help pay for their coverage, don’t get the favorable consideration (so while getting the premium tax credits does not make a person a public charge, people who have the ACA premium tax credits to pay for their coverage don’t get credit in their favor for having health coverage—in general, it’s neither a negative or a positive in such a case).

 

Please let me know if there’s anything else we can do to help.

 

Also, I remember if I used too much of it, I end up paying it back through my tax refund automatically.


K-1 Visa process (I'm the USC [F])

Spoiler

 

Sent packet: August 10, 2018

USCIS Received package: August 14, 2018
Notification in text/email: August 17, 2018
Mail received from USCIS: January 22, 2019
USCIS Approved I-129F Petition: January 17, 2019

NVC Received Case: February 14, 2019

NVC Case # Assigned: February 14, 2019

US Embassy Received: Not sure but got email reply - March 11, 2019
Instructions Received via e-mail: March 19, 2019

Interview: May 7, 2019 - Approved!
Arriving to US/POE: June 12, 2019
Married July 15, 2019

 

AOS Process
Sent packet: July 27, 2019
USCIS Received Package: July 29, 2019
[Hiccup] Package was sent back due to incorrect fee and sent on August 5, 2019.
Notification in text/email: August 12, 2019 @ 12:30AM
Check cashed: August 12, 2019
NOA 1 Mail: August 16, 2019
Biometric:

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