How would someone apply for PRUCOL?
Permanent Residence Under Color of Law (PRUCOL) is not recognized as an immigration status by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS); this category was created by the courts and is a public benefits eligibility category.
For a person to be residing “under color of law,” the USCIS must know of the person’s presence in the U.S., and must provide the person with written assurance that enforcement of deportation is not planned.
they are considered to have the same rights as legal residents ‘for welfare eligibility purposes’. Wikipedia
While email addresses are not published, I see you are with http://www.davita.com/ helping people with kidney issues. Here’s what I was able to find in say 30 minutes of research:
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Click here to find your local Medi-Cal Office
See if this pdf gives you the right documents needed
On the LA County DPSS site, here’s what you should bring to the interview to show that you qualify on residency… identity
Resident Alien Card (if not a US Citizen) or other residency documents
School Identification with photo
Original or certified copy of US Citizenship (if US Citizen). Please note that photocopies of identifying documents will not be accepted
Proof of California Residency: Driver’s License, State ID Card, or current letter mailed to you at your address
US Military ID Card
Social Security Card
Medicare Card or other health insurance card
If pregnant or applying for unborn child, Proof of Pregnancy
Plus proof that USCIS knows of the person’s presence in the U.S., and must provide thmust provide the person with written assurance that enforcement of deportation is not planned
Here’s our page on lawful presence
June LA Times June 2015 article on how Medi-Cal qualification varies by county for undocumented aliens
See page 33 of Getting & Keeping Coverage for Low Income Californian’s
I don’t get paid for Medi-Cal, so I can’t put a whole lot of time into this. Basically, call your local Medi-cal Social Worker