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Virginia's New Health Coverage for Adults

The rules have changed, if you applied for Medicaid in the past and were denied you may now be eligible. More adults will now be able to receive quality health coverage at little or no cost. Not sure if you qualify? Do you have any questions? If so, our Certified Application Counselors are here to assist you with the application process. Please call 703-680-7950 and ask for a scheduled appointment today.

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Health coverage for non-citizens

Non-citizens who meet other eligibility requirements such as income and have an eligible immigration status may qualify for free or low-cost health coverage from Virginia Medicaid. Children under age 19 and pregnant persons who are lawfully residing immigrants and meet other eligibility requirements may also qualify.

In the past, Green Card holders (lawful permanent residents) with 5 years or more of residency in the United States had to show proof of 40 quarters (10 years) of work history to qualify for health coverage from Virginia Medicaid.

Starting April 1, 2021, Green Card holders with 5 years or more of residency in the United States do not need to show proof of work history to qualify for Virginia Medicaid.

New prenatal coverage

More individuals are now eligible for prenatal coverage! FAMIS Prenatal Coverage is full coverage for pregnant individuals who do not meet immigration status rules for other coverage. 

You now do not need to meet immigration status rules, provide immigration documents, or have a Social Security number to be eligible for FAMIS Prenatal Coverage. You do need to provide the estimated date of your delivery and how many children you are expecting, live in Virginia, meet income rules, and be uninsured. 

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