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1. Doctor’s letter.
2. Your proof of address-to qualify for the exemption, you are required to have lived in your father’s home for the past two years. The fact that you have your own home and spent part of the time there may pose an issue.
3. Birth certificate-if you don’t have the same last name as your father, in order to prove relationship.
Medicaid may also ask for the past two years of medical records and tax returns. You may run into an issue here, as well, since you worked during the past two years. Generally, the exemption disallows any occupation other than acting as caregiver for the parent.