if she take masshealth insurence from state goverment , does that disquilfy her from future immigration benefit like green card or any other stauts.
From an immigration standpoint .. .it is never good to request government welfare money.
She has a work permit ... she should use it.
If the new proposed immigration reform law passes ... it is a requirement that people work and pay taxes .... before they get 'full' greencards.
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No taking the Massachusetts health insurance will not disqualify her from future benefits as the law exists today. If she is able to get a job that has health benefits that would be better.
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No, but she should be asking this question, not you.
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Many of my clients who take Masshealth are able to get green card without difficulty.
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