Continuing to Receive Medicaid for Child After Marriage?

Will my minor child lose his Medicaid when I get married? My spouse files tax separately.

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August 17, 20200 found this helpful

Each state is different so you'll have to check your eligibility with your state.
You can do this by just filling in the slots with number of people in house, 2 adults & one child, total income (does not matter how anyone files their taxes) and see if you still qualify
Or you can talk to someone in your family services agency and tell them how much monthly/annual income your future husband makes.
You have to know this information to find out if your son will still qualify.

www.medicaid.gov/.../index.html

www.policygenius.com/.../

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August 17, 20200 found this helpful

Most of the time it depends on how much of combined income. You would need to check with your state, because the the amount of income per couple could differ per state.

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Also here is a link to questions from others on the same subject and you can ask as well. www.insurekidsnow.gov/.../index.html and - answers.yahoo.com/.../index?qid=20140107184439AARfgn6

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August 17, 20200 found this helpful

Hi,

I agree with finding out your total income, and writing that down. Then call and find out if your child is still eligible. They like to know any changes that occur.

Have a blessed day!
---Robyn

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August 18, 20200 found this helpful

To tell you the truth only your social worker who handles your case can give you that answer one way or not. This also depends on the state you are living in and the rules for this state. Once people are marked they normally file a joint tax return and if your new husband receives any type of benefits from work they will normally put you on them and also your son.

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It is a hard question to answer because you are not telling us if you will be added to his company benefits or if your son will be either. Your new husband might file a separate tax return right now but once your married all this might change.

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August 19, 20200 found this helpful

Sit down and consult with your soon to be spouse. Perhaps he may even have a good health insurance plan (if he's working which you two would be added on).

It all depends on eligibility when you update the paperwork for your son, changing status that you are married.

There is no answer for you since it depends on household income.

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