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So I’m due to renew my green card in December. It’s to remove the conditions as I would have been here 2 years. 
 

my husband has had a bad car accident and is unfortunately paralyzed from the waist down. He is applying for medical assistance benefits. 
 

my question is , on the form it asks for my birth certificate and immigration information. 
 

is he allowed to claim this as he is sponsoring me to be here ? 
 

thank you in advance for your responses 

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I am sorry for your situation.

Your husband's receiving benefits is not an issue for several reasons.

1.  US citizens, themselves,  are not prohibited from receiving benefits. 

2.  Public charge is not a consideration when immigrants are removing conditions on residency  or when applying for citizenship.

 

***Moved to Removing Conditions on Residency discussion area***

 

 

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: England
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39 minutes ago, Uk2usa2016 said:

So I’m due to renew my green card in December. It’s to remove the conditions as I would have been here 2 years. 
 

my husband has had a bad car accident and is unfortunately paralyzed from the waist down. He is applying for medical assistance benefits. 
 

my question is , on the form it asks for my birth certificate and immigration information. 
 

is he allowed to claim this as he is sponsoring me to be here ? 
 

thank you in advance for your responses 


I’m curious why they need the spouses birth certificate and immigration status. He’s the one applying for assistance. Is this through Social  Security disability. Is it legit assistance ?

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Haiti
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1 minute ago, Wuozopo said:


I’m curious why they need the spouses birth certificate and immigration status. He’s the one applying for assistance. Is this through Social  Security disability. Is it legit assistance ?

@Uk2usa2016To follow up to this question  ; specifically what medical assistance benefits is he applying for?


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