I am 18 years old, I am 4 1/2 months pregnant and a full time student

I am 18 years old, I am 4 1/2 months pregnant and a full time student

I am 18 years old, I am 4 1/2 months pregnant and a full time student

I’m due in September, so this fall I will be a mother as well as a full time college student, when I can return. I have medicaid, wic, and food stamps but this is not enough for a single young mother. Can I receive welfare, if so what steps do I need to take and when? anon302

I’m 18 years old and 8 months pregnant with my first child. I am living with my boyfriend and his mom and I have been for about a year now.

Me and my boyfriend are both employed at part time jobs. Lately there have been little bumps in my pregnancy like too much amniotic fluid causing me too look and feel larger and having more appointments than usual. It’s getting kind of hard to stand there being a cashier.

So I was just wondering if I left on unpaid maternity leave, do you think I would be accepted for welfare? luis

Second, I was wondering about the legality of receiving benefits when the primary custodial parent who is not working, but has the ability to work, is receiving welfare benefits for two children, one of whom is 13; and the 13 year

i’m 19 years old and my mother is 44. my father died on oct 22 from colon cancer. i can’t find a job anywhere. we are struggling to pay rent and utilities. at this time we have food stamps. we get 323 dollars. i’m grateful for this, but can we apply for welfare?

I would ask the Welfare Office directly. I think you would still be able to, but I think it depends really on the severity of the crime committed. Sorry I couldn’t help too much. Better contact your local Welfare Office just to be sure. Good luck! wiseone

No, you need a social security number first. You need to apply for one and then they will access whether you are eligible. Being 16 and pregnant simply doesn’t qualify you.

No, that is wrong. I applied for welfare (food stamps) in the past but I was *not* eligible. Just because you have a baby and are a pregnant minor, does *not* mean you are eligible. You have to be an emancipated minor, and or disabled, unable to work for one reason or another.

Being a mother simply doesn’t qualify you. there are loads of single mothers over 18 that have applied. What makes you so special. anon267

No you may not. If you are an emancipated *adult* that needs welfare, you need to get a Social Security Number. Contact a lawyer to know how this process goes. Then, they will access you to see if you are qualified for http://besthookupwebsites.org/escort/joliet welfare. I have tried it myself. anon267

i am 16 years old. i’m a single pregnant teen. my baby will be born in march (next month). i do not have a social security number. can i still receive welfare for my son? anon25027 yesterday

First, to answer the question from anon23947, yes you are eligible. You are considered exempt from the eligibility requirements according to regulations if you are under the age of 17 I believe, have a child under 12 or 18 months of age, or are pregnant.

Otherwise, you will just be denied

old is living with her grandparents and using their residence as the legal residence while the custodial parent is living in state funded housing. She has been receiving benefits for many years. anon239

if you’re 17 about to be 18 in 4 months, no income, single parent and giving birth in 5 months am i eligible for welfare (food stamps, medical and money)? ealcidor

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