A very common question is “Does receiving WIC or Medicaid disqualifies me obtaining permanent residency? No, it does not. The law and the USCIS interpretation of the law is very clear: a person may be considered a “public charge” (and therefore unfit for permanent residency in this country) if the person’s principal source of income is cash public assistance. WIC and Medicaid are not considered cash assistance. A denial of permanent residency based on the belief that the immigrant will become a public charge because of public assistance is so rare that I haven’t seen or heard of one.
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