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Can a person get Social Security benefits who worked in the USA for 14 years but is an Indian citizen and reside in India?

The Social Security Administration FAQs indicate that benefits claims are initiated from within the US. Can noncitizens living outside the United States receive Social Security benefits? In ...
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Spouse without marriage in Denmark

Denmark has a State Educational Grant and Loan Scheme (SU). It provides funds to Danish citizens for post-secondary education. Denmark further has a scheme that allows non-citizens with certain ...
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Does a family from the EU get the status of Familia Numerosa in Spain, if they live in Spain but are not Spanish citizens?

According to the one of the references in Wikipedia article you're linking to: Simplest case is that members of the family are Spanish nationals, or EU nationals, or EEA nationals, and they all are ...
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Do EU citizens get Kindergeld (child benefit) if they live in Germany with their children?

EU (and Swiss, Norwegian or Icelandic) citizens who reside in Germany can get Kindergeld on a par with German citizens. Other people (citizens from third countries living in Germany, people who work ...
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Can a K-1/Pending LPR receive discounted (copay) healthcare? (USA)

There are several issues here. I know I cannot receive certain government money such as Medicaid. First, it is not true that you cannot receive Medicaid. Nothing legally prevents you from ...
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i-864 Affidavit of Support and Welfare Reform Act section 403(c)

For your first question, yes, you will not be held responsible for "emergency Medicaid" expenses. But emergency Medicaid is not really a regular medical insurance; it's only for emergencies; it won't ...
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Is pensioner immigrant from EEA eligible for Housing Benefit in the UK?

Generally speaking, your mother is not entitled to any benefits under current EU rules. Pensioners are free to live wherever they like in the EU but as “non-economically active persons”, which means ...
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