qualify for the taxpayer funded subsidies and/or Medicaid if they meet the low income requirements. Now, you can understand Obama's pivot to immigration reform.
HOUSTON – At a Get Covered America forum in Houston on Saturday, Latinos who have permanent resident status, also known as green cards, were instructed in Spanish on how to apply for U.S. citizenship and were encouraged to enroll in the Affordable Care Act.
The two-hour “Neighborhood Centers Citizenship and Immigration Forum” attracted more than 100 people, all of whom appeared Latino.
Hosted at a community center in a low-income area of The Heights neighborhood, the forum was billed on the Get Covered America website as “outreach to people in the community who are seeking citizenship status and would like information about the benefits of the new health reform law.”