What Are the Income Limits to Receive Medicaid in Virginia?


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Children ages 0 to 18 and pregnant women may receive Virginia Medicaid if their household income is not above 143 percent of the federal poverty level. Parents and relative caregivers of children may receive Medicaid if their household incomes are not above 49 percent of the FPL.

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The FPL varies based on the number of people in a household. For example, 100 percent FPL is reached with an income of $973 a month for a household of one, while the limit is not reached until $1,988 a month for a household of four. This means that a household of four needs to make less than $2,842 a month for children to qualify and less than $974 a month for parents and relative caregivers to qualify.

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