Medicaid question.. was denied full coverage.

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I know, I know, this is cross between immigration and Medicaid, but I have been here for 10 years as a Lawful permanent resident (green card holder) and as I understand it, I should qualify for Medicaid since it says 5+ years.

I received this note in my approval: **Your Health Coverage is limited to payment of serious medical emergencies only. You are not eligible for full Health Coverage because of your immigration status. Title IV of PL 104-193

Should I appeal? I mean, seriously, I thought that ESO insurance from Medicaid was for people that are not qualified non-citizens like myself.. so what gives? I gave ’em my green card which clearly shows I’ve had it for 10 years.

So what now? I dunno. I thought I had the right to access federal programs after 5 years, and it’s been 10 as an LPR. What gives? I’ve had a social too for 10 years it’s just weird. Is there rules that only citizens can get Medicaid and permanent residents can’t or something?

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I know, I know, this is cross between immigration and Medicaid, but I have been here for 10 years as a Lawful permanent resident (green card holder) and as I understand it, I should qualify for Medicaid since it says 5+ years. I received this note in my approval: **Your Health Coverage is limited to payment of serious medical emergencies only. You are not eligible for full Health Coverage because of your immigration status. Title IV of PL 104-193 Should I appeal? I mean, seriously, I thought that ESO insurance from Medicaid was for people that are not qualified non-citizens like myself.. so what gives? I gave ’em my green card which clearly shows I’ve had it for 10 years. So what now? I dunno. I thought I had the right to access federal programs after 5 years, and it’s been 10 as an LPR. What gives? I’ve had a social too for 10 years it’s just weird. Is there rules that only citizens can get Medicaid and permanent residents can’t or something?
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