Is this welfare fraud?

If a woman who has one child (under one year old) and lives with the father of the child, but is not married to him constitute welfare fraud? She has stated that she can’t get married because their combined income would make her ineligible to receive food stamps or her "check". She has a full time job, as does he and has no problem spending lots of money on clothes and accessories yet she receives food stamps and a check every month. Either she is not telling them he lives with her or is just the fact that they are not married and not filing joint returns make her eligible? It just doesn’t seem like what welfare was intended to be.

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