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You do not have to produce the social security numbers of the people that are just living with you under the same roof. This all falls under the critical definition of "household." The federal regulations that govern Medicaid law in Indiana and all states clearly defines household much more narrow than just individuals living together. The Federal Regulations "POMS" states "A household is a personal place of residence in which the individuals share common living quarters and who function as a single economic unit."
You do not have to list the individuals in your residence unless you share income and resources within the household. If you do share income and resources then their income does count for your Medicaid eligibility and you must list their social security numbers and income. Frankly, if that is the case, Medicaid does not care how you get the information. Medicaid will not approve you until you provide the information they request.
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