Who is eligible for health insurance under ObamaCare?


Anyone living in the United States who is a citizen or legal resident, and who is not incarcerated, is eligible for ObamaCare's cost assistance based on income if they make between 100% - 400% of the Federal Poverty Level.

In many states those making under 138% of the poverty level are eligible for free-or-low-cost health insurance through Medicaid, as Medicaid was expanded by the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) as well.

Meanwhile, anyone in the United States with health insurance qualifies for ObamaCare's benefits, rights, and protections (unless they have a short term health plan) and even many people who get coverage through work are getting because of ObamaCare.

So while eligibility for assistance in the private and family market is based on income, many different types of Americans benefit from ObamaCare's benefits, rights, and protections.

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Is 66 years old person eligible for Obamacare?

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Age isn’t a determining factor, but access to Medicare is. If you are over 65 and don’t have access to Medicare, you may still be eligible for marketplace coverage or Medicaid. The simplest way to find out is to contact HealthCare.Gov.