The question number 2 asks if I have ever received public assistance in the United Sates from any source, including the U.S. Government or any State, county, city, or municipality (other than emergency medical treatment), or are you likely to receive public assistance in the future? I have received WIC for a short period, and I am unsure whether the answer to this question would be yes or no considering that.
I have also received emergency medicaid for labor and delivery
You need to tell the truth and disclose both WIC and Medicaid on your I-485. USCIS can and often does run welfare checks on adjustment applicants, so lying will only create more problems. Answering yes is not necessarily fatal, but I strongly suggest you hire a reputable immigration attorney to represent you.
You begin both sentences with "I have (also) received…" - so, in essence, you have answered your own question. You HAVE received public assistance, so you must disclose this on the I-485 application.
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The answer is no. WIC is a program for children not you.
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