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Medicaid ~The Lunar Flower~ 2 kids; Alabama 6748 posts
13th May '13

I don't remember what all I have to turn in when I apply for my pregnancy. I don't work but my fiance does. We won't be married anytime very soon. Do I need to take in his paystubs? I know I need my ID & proof of pregnancy(I have those)but I don't remember what else. Any help? I'm mobile right now.

JellyJaks Due December 12 (boy); 3 kids; 2 angel babies; El Mirage, Arizona 556 posts
13th May '13

If you and your fiance live together and share finances, you will need to take in his paystubs. You'll also need proof of address (usually in the form of a utility bill) and any other income you receive (SSI, child support etc etc)

ρiηkie ρie 3 kids; 3 angel babies; Kentucky 21902 posts
13th May '13

Yes you'll need his pay stubs, if you live together it's counted as your income too. You'll also need his ID, your all's social security cards and I believe birth certificates too. I know you'll definitely need to bring your kid(s)' birth certificates. I think that's it besides your ID and proof of pregnancy.
ETA: You'll need proof of address, a rent receipt, and your most recent utility bills as well. You get income deductions for rent and utilities, that includes your phone and internet.
ETA again lol. If you don't have a rent receipt your lease works too, also works for proof of address.

White Chocolate Milk 1 child; Chelsea, Alabama 12303 posts
13th May '13

When I went to get mine I know I had to have proof of address, my ID, and social security card. However, I did not need to give them any information about SOs income even though we were living together because it was just me and DS I was trying to get covered. I would bring his pay stubs just incase.

~The Lunar Flower~ 2 kids; Alabama 6748 posts
13th May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting ρiηkie ρie:</b>" Yes you'll need his pay stubs, if you live together it's counted as your income too. You'll also need ... [snip!] ... phone and internet. ETA again lol. If you don't have a rent receipt your lease works too, also works for proof of address. "</blockquote>



We haven't received a utility bill because my landlady forgot to turn in the paperwork until a week ago. Would a confirmation letter from the food stamp office showing an estimate of our utility bill work? Its very recently dated. I have the lease, both IDs, Social security cards, paystubs, my sons birth certificate, & proof of pregnancy.



Sorry, i typed it all out so I could write it down lol