Immigration Status or Lawful Presence
An individual is lawfully present as defined by the Affordable Care Act if they are a “qualified” immigrant or are not a citizen but have permission to live and/or work in the U.S.
- Birth Certificate
- Baptismal Certificate
- U.S. Passport
- Naturalization Certificate
- Military Service Records
- Alien Resident Card (I-155) (also known as a Green Card)
- Employment Authorization Card (I-688B)
- For recent arrivals, a temporary I-551 stamp in a foreign passport or on USCIS Form I-94
- Unexpired Re-entry Permit (Form I-327)
- Forms AR-3 and AR-3a, Alien Registration Receipt Card
- USCIS Form I-94 with stamp showing admission under 203(a)(7) of the INA, refugee-conditional entry
- I-94 Arrival/ Departure record
- I-94W Nonimmigrant Visa Waiver Arrival/Departure record
- USCIS Form I-688B (or USCIS employment authorization card) annotated 274a.12(a)(3);
- USCIS Form I-766 annotated A3.
To see more possible immigration verification documents, please read through our policy manual.
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