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Molina healthcare - ACA Compliant - Is is public charge?

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Hi everyone. 
Husband and I are shopping for health insurance now that the enrollment period is open. Husband's income is 25k a year. We are looking to get on a Molina Healthcare plan - 93 a month for a silver plan for both of us. We got there through the Healthcare Marketplace. 
It is clearly a lot cheaper than everything else, probably because of husband's income. My question is, will this hinder our green card process? 
This page on https://www.healthcare.gov/immigrants/lawfully-present-immigrants/ says:

"[...] getting savings for health insurance costs in the Marketplace, doesn’t make someone a "public charge." This means it won’t affect their chances of becoming a Lawful Permanent Resident or U.S. citizen."
So are we safe going with that plan? I am afraid the immigration agent won't know this. I will save the page and print it. Has anyone signed up through the Marketplace? Thank you!

 

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