Definition of Lawfully Present
The term “lawfully present” includes immigrants who have:
- “Qualified non-citizen” immigration status without a waiting period (see details below)
- Humanitarian statuses or circumstances (including Temporary Protected Status, Special Juvenile Status, asylum applicants, Convention Against Torture, victims of trafficking)
- Valid non-immigrant visas
- Legal status conferred by other laws (temporary resident status, LIFE Act, Family Unity individuals)
To provide proof of being lawfully present for health insurance purposes, you will need to provide a copy/scan of your Green Card.
For more information, see: https://www.healthcare.gov/immigrants/lawfully-present-immigrants/