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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by kokorita: 7:41am On Sep 13
Hi babaelli,
Thanks for your concern. AV my plan b already. Not going to Florida again grin
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by Babatwi: 8:28am On Sep 13
zoemummy:
Good morning house, thank God for this thread. Kudos to everyone who's kept it going. I was here 2 years ago and received a lot of guidance on my 'missionary' journey and I'm happy I was able to give back afterwards.

I'd like to know if anyone in the house has ever had to or knows anyone who had to attend a 'follow up' interview after a drop box application and how it went i.e docs required etc. It's my first renewal after I had my baby in 2015 and I didn't overstay or owe. I have my zero balance statements for all the major payments and I have called the 2 providers whose zero balance statements I do not yet have. They have agreed to send it to the US address where I stayed. I reckon I'll also need employment docs and statements again, which I'm putting together. I'd appreciate a guide on this.

While I was applying for the renewal in early August (visa expires Sept 22nd), the intention was to visit in November and write my CFA exams but a week+ later, I found out I am pregnant-still getting over the news, but I thank God who is perfect in his ways.

Although the pregnancy is still early, I would like to mention it during the follow up interview even though giving birth in the US would be an option B for me (I'm considering another country because of earlier plans for school). Would this pose an issue, given that I didn't mention it (I was not aware) at the time I completed my ds-160 form?

Would appreciate your thoughts, comments or experience sharing on this.

Thank you.

I would like to ask you some questions before i comment.
Was the visa you are renewing (.i.e. your last visa) a medical visa? If not,did you use it for the purpose for which it was issued before using it for birthing?
If the answer to both questions is yes,then again it might just be a routine thing or their reason for inviting you could be as a result of something totally different from anything you are thinking. I shared here some weeks ago of how someone very close to me applied for a drop box renewal after coming back from a birthing trip and was invited for an interview and we all thought the invitation was in connection to her giving birth in the US,but alas! the issue was not even mentioned,it all had to do with an unnecessary lie she told on her 1st us visa interview 10yrs ago that she had forgotten all about that came back to bite her in the a**, of cause her visa was denied .
You are already on the right track preparation wise,just prepare as if you are going for a fresh interview with all the burden of proof,and in addition don't forget to take all your receipts and zero balance. Just be open with the visa officer and tell him the way it is,that the purpose of the trip is for you to go and write your cfa exams,but you just discovered that you are pregnant and that you just might have the baby there too,but you haven't decided yet,so that he'll put is down in your record in case you decide in future to go that route,it will be on record for all to see. All the best

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by drI: 9:02am On Sep 13
Dear All, Good day. I have been a silent guest on this forum for a very long while and it has helped me tremendously. I really want to give back a little from my experience so far.
I am currently in the US to have my baby and I would like to share my POE situation at the Houston POE which I arrived last week.
First and foremost I want to inform us all that the immigration officers are on this page and read it all the time. They specifically mentioned this page to me and asked me to inform the house that they are with us. Not to scare anyone as I presume they may even be amongst us giving some input and guidance to us. He laughed at the change I intent letter we talk about here. I had it handy based on what I read here but i didn't even need to show it to him especially since he had laughed about how silly he thinks it is. My saving grace was that I had applied for the visa for vacation when I wasn't pregnant and I mentioned when asked that I will use it for child birth in future if I get pregnant. He saw that in my record. pls note that i was specifically asked this question and sincerely i thank God i was otherwise i may not have volunteered the information myself. However the Immigration officer at the POE says some of us will say we were not asked and it doesn't really matter we should have declared from the onset.
Secondly please always say the truth. No matter the cost. When you lie it apears like you are unscrupulous and can't be trusted.
Thirdly, let's not be scared of saying we want to give birth in the US. Both the consular officer and the immigration guy told me it's very legal to give birth in the US of you can pick the bills. All that is required is that you demonstrate that you know the bills and can comfortably pick them.
Finally please always always pick your bills and have your itemised receipts and zero balance handy. it's really unfair for us to use the Medicaid or other health insurance in the US. The citizens are taxed heavily for these services and getting it is like stealing literally. pls let's not do that . Sometimes we can be cohersed and tempted to do that even by some hospitals and doctors but don't fall into that trap. And as the nice guy I may at the POE adviced pls don't sign anything while in Labour. you may not be cordinated enough to read through properly. God bless.

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by Ramj: 9:21am On Sep 13
Lanifat84:
Evening house . Noticed there is nothing much on indiana hospitals here cry
I need info about the hospitals and also experience at poe for expectant mums it's urgent please traveling in 2 weeks
Thanks

Like i alway say givingbirth in the US is not an emergency and its serious business that must be handled seriously. However you can still achieve a lot in 2 weeks

Indiana might not be well frequented however you can be a TrailBlazer for others.
I believe you have a family or friend there the reason you want Indiana. If so ask them to give you names of hospitals or call them for you.

Yoy can also Google hospitals and doctors in Indiana and start calling and mailing them.

Also do have a second plan in case Hospitals in Indiana end up been too pricey. Texas and Chicago are well frequented options by mamas on this thread
Bon Chance Ma'am
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by Ramj: 9:31am On Sep 13
zoemummy:
Good morning house, thank God for this thread. Kudos to everyone who's kept it going. I was here 2 years ago and received a lot of guidance on my 'missionary' journey and I'm happy I was able to give back afterwards.
.

your thoughts, comments or experience sharing on this.

Thank you.

Congrats another baby is coming on the way.
As long as you sincerely did not know before submotting your application for renewal- drop box. You might be called for an intervew and many have used dropbox without ben called.

If you are called simply package your previous birth receipts to show them . Also let them know that this visa is first for Your CFA Exam and that you r in your first trimester and might also go back for the child birth.

If you are not called. just ensure you first go for your CFA exams and when its tim for birth and you decide on US. get your corrspondence and go. then pay your full bills without taking any form or medicaid whatsoever.

I am sure you woud be very okay

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by YETI28: 9:33am On Sep 13
YoungMetrosG:
I had my baby on the 27th of December at Baylor, Scott and White medical center, White Rock, Dallas

Costs were :
Hospital - $3000 (They charge $4300 for c-sections) ...paid weeks before birth
Doctor - $2500 - (He charges $3350 for c-sections) (Paid weeks before birth)
Epidural - $1000 (Paid weeks before birth)
NICS (neonatologists/pediatricians) - $555.70 (Paid over the phone by card after discharge)
Group B strep test (Labcorp) - $94
Extra bills from hospital for baby's jaundice treatment - $427 (Paid over the phone by card after treatment)
Follow up visits for baby at Irving Pediatrics - $75/visit (We went at 1 week and at 6 weeks)

Got my daughter's birth certificate the day after she was born at City Hall in Downtown Dallas. The day I had my baby, the hospital brought the birth records paperwork for me to fill out and asked me to send one of them in by post. When I saw that the address was a Dallas address, I had my husband take it there instead of posting it. I think this helped in having the birth certificate ready in only 24 hours. Even the staff there were quite surprised. Cost $23/copy

We booked an appointment for the 30th to get her passport at the regional passport office in downtown Dallas which we collected about 2 hours after we did the application. Cost $165

Left the US on Saturday, 11th February on British airways. Paid for my baby's tickets with BA miles and it cost me about 4000 miles and $88 in taxes and surcharges.

All's well that ends well. I'm willing to answer any questions anyone may have that I can help with and haven't covered here.

Which did u do.. Visa or visa on arrival

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by Ramj: 9:36am On Sep 13
drI:
Dear All, Good day. I have been a silent guest on this forum for a very long while and it has helped me tremendously. I really want to give back a little from my experience so far.
I am currently in the US to have my baby and I would like to share my POE situation at the Houston POE which I arrived last week.
First and foremost I want to inform us all that the immigration officers are on this page and read it all the time. They specifically mentioned this page to me and asked me to inform the house that they are with us. Not to scare anyone as I presume they may even be amongst us giving some input and guidance to us. He laughed at the change I intent letter we talk about here. I had it handy based on what I read here but i didn't even need to show it to him especially since he had laughed about how silly he thinks it is. My saving grace was that I had applied for the visa for vacation when I wasn't pregnant and I mentioned when asked that I will use it for child birth in future if I get pregnant. He saw that in my record. pls note that i was specifically asked this question and sincerely i thank God i was otherwise i may not have volunteered the information myself. However the Immigration officer at the POE says some of us will say we were not asked and it doesn't really matter we should have declared from the onset.
Secondly please always say the truth. No matter the cost. When you lie it apears like you are unscrupulous and can't be trusted.
Thirdly, let's not be scared of saying we want to give birth in the US. Both the consular officer and the immigration guy told me it's very legal to give birth in the US of you can pick the bills. All that is required is that you demonstrate that you know the bills and can comfortably pick them.
Finally please always always pick your bills and have your itemised receipts and zero balance handy. it's really unfair for us to use the Medicaid or other health insurance in the US. The citizens are taxed heavily for these services and getting it is like stealing literally. pls let's not do that . Sometimes we can be cohersed and tempted to do that even by some hospitals and doctors but don't fall into that trap. And as the nice guy I may at the POE adviced pls don't sign anything while in Labour. you may not be cordinated enough to read

through properly. God bless.

GBAMMMMM. This post nailed it. On Point.

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by debby516(f): 9:55am On Sep 13
Thank you for this, soo helpful at this time.
drI:
Dear All, Good day. I have been a silent guest on this forum for a very long while and it has helped me tremendously. I really want to give back a little from my experience so far.
I am currently in the US to have my baby and I would like to share my POE situation at the Houston POE which I arrived last week.
First and foremost I want to inform us all that the immigration officers are on this page and read it all the time. They specifically mentioned this page to me and asked me to inform the house that they are with us. Not to scare anyone as I presume they may even be amongst us giving some input and guidance to us. He laughed at the change I intent letter we talk about here. I had it handy based on what I read here but i didn't even need to show it to him especially since he had laughed about how silly he thinks it is. My saving grace was that I had applied for the visa for vacation when I wasn't pregnant and I mentioned when asked that I will use it for child birth in future if I get pregnant. He saw that in my record. pls note that i was specifically asked this question and sincerely i thank God i was otherwise i may not have volunteered the information myself. However the Immigration officer at the POE says some of us will say we were not asked and it doesn't really matter we should have declared from the onset.
Secondly please always say the truth. No matter the cost. When you lie it apears like you are unscrupulous and can't be trusted.
Thirdly, let's not be scared of saying we want to give birth in the US. Both the consular officer and the immigration guy told me it's very legal to give birth in the US of you can pick the bills. All that is required is that you demonstrate that you know the bills and can comfortably pick them.
Finally please always always pick your bills and have your itemised receipts and zero balance handy. it's really unfair for us to use the Medicaid or other health insurance in the US. The citizens are taxed heavily for these services and getting it is like stealing literally. pls let's not do that . Sometimes we can be cohersed and tempted to do that even by some hospitals and doctors but don't fall into that trap. And as the nice guy I may at the POE adviced pls don't sign anything while in Labour. you may not be cordinated enough to read through properly. God bless.

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by jossy404: 9:56am On Sep 13
Summary of what this thread stand for...... Thanks for the information

drI:
Dear All, Good day. I have been a silent guest on this forum for a very long while and it has helped me tremendously. I really want to give back a little from my experience so far.
I am currently in the US to have my baby and I would like to share my POE situation at the Houston POE which I arrived last week.
First and foremost I want to inform us all that the immigration officers are on this page and read it all the time. They specifically mentioned this page to me and asked me to inform the house that they are with us. Not to scare anyone as I presume they may even be amongst us giving some input and guidance to us. He laughed at the change I intent letter we talk about here. I had it handy based on what I read here but i didn't even need to show it to him especially since he had laughed about how silly he thinks it is. My saving grace was that I had applied for the visa for vacation when I wasn't pregnant and I mentioned when asked that I will use it for child birth in future if I get pregnant. He saw that in my record. pls note that i was specifically asked this question and sincerely i thank God i was otherwise i may not have volunteered the information myself. However the Immigration officer at the POE says some of us will say we were not asked and it doesn't really matter we should have declared from the onset.
Secondly please always say the truth. No matter the cost. When you lie it apears like you are unscrupulous and can't be trusted.
Thirdly, let's not be scared of saying we want to give birth in the US. Both the consular officer and the immigration guy told me it's very legal to give birth in the US of you can pick the bills. All that is required is that you demonstrate that you know the bills and can comfortably pick them.
Finally please always always pick your bills and have your itemised receipts and zero balance handy. it's really unfair for us to use the Medicaid or other health insurance in the US. The citizens are taxed heavily for these services and getting it is like stealing literally. pls let's not do that . Sometimes we can be cohersed and tempted to do that even by some hospitals and doctors but don't fall into that trap. And as the nice guy I may at the POE adviced pls don't sign anything while in Labour. you may not be cordinated enough to read through properly. God bless.

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by YETI28: 10:05am On Sep 13
Helo house, who has an application format for Visa on arrival? Pls can you email to me or probably I can get it here.. Thanks. Boyety28@gmail.com...
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by zoemummy: 10:52am On Sep 13
[quote author=Babatwi post=60405518]

Thanks @Babatwi.

To answer your questions, it was a B1/B2 visa. It was my first US visa and at the interview, the purpose of travel was to give birth-same hospital, same doctor. All bills were paid and there were no complications.

My renewal application was in early August.

As recommended, I'll prepare for the interview like it's the first with my exam registration docs as well. Then pray for God's favour and wisdom.

I appreciate your feedback.

Thank you.

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by zoemummy: 10:57am On Sep 13
[quote author=Ramj post=60407746]

Thank you @Ramj
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by justwise(m): 1:25pm On Sep 13
zoemummy:
Good morning house, thank God for this thread. Kudos to everyone who's kept it going. I was here 2 years ago and received a lot of guidance on my 'missionary' journey and I'm happy I was able to give back afterwards.

I'd like to know if anyone in the house has ever had to or knows anyone who had to attend a 'follow up' interview after a drop box application and how it went i.e docs required etc. It's my first renewal after I had my baby in 2015 and I didn't overstay or owe. I have my zero balance statements for all the major payments and I have called the 2 providers whose zero balance statements I do not yet have. They have agreed to send it to the US address where I stayed. I reckon I'll also need employment docs and statements again, which I'm putting together. I'd appreciate a guide on this.

While I was applying for the renewal in early August (visa expires Sept 22nd), the intention was to visit in November and write my CFA exams but a week+ later, I found out I am pregnant-still getting over the news, but I thank God who is perfect in his ways.

Although the pregnancy is still early, I would like to mention it during the follow up interview even though giving birth in the US would be an option B for me (I'm considering another country because of earlier plans for school). Would this pose an issue, given that I didn't mention it (I was not aware) at the time I completed my ds-160 form?

Would appreciate your thoughts, comments or experience sharing on this.

Thank you.

The interview is an opportunity for you to clear things up, so go ahead and mention so as to get it into your file

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by ashedzi: 2:18pm On Sep 13
Hello, is about VOA, sent my application last week friday, I got an a mail saying received. Am yet 2 get the approval and our trip is for this weekend.

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by Lollipop1234: 5:52pm On Sep 13
Supernaturalone:
I don't think this is a big deal in my opinion. You've gone to the US before and this is what matters most, since it's a visa renewal.

thanks for the response really appreciate.....

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by Terminalia: 6:10pm On Sep 13
Hello all, below is my testimony (Poe experience).

Got to Newark at about 7.45pm and proceeded to immigration. The family before us was sent to secondary inspection. Hubby n I were scared but we kept praying.
Dude came back and asked for our purpose of visit and we replied 'vacation and childbirth'. Asked if we were going to stay in an hotel for 11 weeks cos it's going to be expensive but we told him we have booked intown suites which is way cheaper. He asked us what we do back home n we responded. He then stamped us in, B1 and asked us to proceed to baggage claim.
No document checked. Twas just God all the way.

I must say this forum has been of tremendous help to me. Thank you so much guys.

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by shirley013: 6:14pm On Sep 13
Good evening everyone. Please I need help. I applied for Dropbox but was called in for a follow up interview. Please I will like to know any hospital in maryland or Virginia that has a doctor that gives correspondence.
Please so I can contact them and prepare urgently for an interview please help a sister. Thanks.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by zoemummy: 6:40pm On Sep 13
Yaaayeee! @Justwise it's such a delight to read from you after almost 2 years.

Thanks a lot for the response. With all the comments here, my thoughts are getting clearer.

Thanks house! God bless you!



justwise:


The interview is an opportunity for you to clear things up, so go ahead and mention so as to get it into your file
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by Gingerzinger: 6:43pm On Sep 13
Hello,
I'm traveling to El Paso TEXAS end of October. Please what's the best point of entry and any deals on flights?
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by sizl: 7:54pm On Sep 13
olathunde:
Hello,

That us how the interviews for this morning were rescheduled o just when I was next on queue.

Had to do with system downtime.

I guess all for the best.


Hi, around what time please? I was scheduled for Tuesday as well but couldn't make it to the embassy cos of work emergencies that came up, then heard it was rescheduled for Saturday. My interview time was 7:30pm, do you think I should also go on Saturday?
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by Lanifat84: 8:04pm On Sep 13
vamum:


Thanks
My plan A is houston and plan b indianapolis I have poeple in both places
My major concern now is that during the interview i stated that I will be staying in dallas. if am now entering through indianapolis airport hope that won't give red flag �
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by Lanifat84: 8:17pm On Sep 13
Good evening everyone
Please a quick one . The hospital am using is in Houston tx and I stated during the interview that i will be staying in dallas .
But am planning to go through indianapolis airport cause am thinking of using indiana hospital now the host is more receptive
Just wanted to know if that won't give a red flag �
And any details about indianapolis poe will be appreciated. Thank you �
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by kazchick(f): 8:28pm On Sep 13
Lanifat84:

Hello @biolarh. I sent you a mail . Am planning to use houston northwest medical center as well in oct ,need some info. Kindly help a sister. Thanks

I am planning to use Houston Northwest Medical Center & Dr. Xydas too. Due in Jan, 2018. I would also appreciate the budget sheet to help me prepare for my visa waka. My email is audrey2474life@yahoo.com.

Contacted Doctores Para ti and I am hearing that I have to enrol first with $250 for both appointment & doctor's introduction letter. Just to process visa cry cry I like their services sha. Is it to possible to get these without the payment first.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by Lanifat84: 8:49pm On Sep 13
kazchick:


I am planning to use Houston Northwest Medical Center & Dr. Xydas too. Due in Jan, 2018. I would also appreciate the budget sheet to help me prepare for my visa waka. My email is audrey2474life@yahoo.com.

Contacted Doctores Para ti and I am hearing that I have to enrol first with $250 for both appointment & doctor's introduction letter. Just to process visa cry cry I like their services sha. Is it to possible to get these without the payment first.
Okay dear will send to ur mail .no you don't need to pay to get correspondence
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by Yimiks: 8:51pm On Sep 13
YoungMetrosG:
I had my baby on the 27th of December at Baylor, Scott and White medical center, White Rock, Dallas

Costs were :
Hospital - $3000 (They charge $4300 for c-sections) ...paid weeks before birth
Doctor - $2500 - (He charges $3350 for c-sections) (Paid weeks before birth)
Epidural - $1000 (Paid weeks before birth)
NICS (neonatologists/pediatricians) - $555.70 (Paid over the phone by card after discharge)
Group B strep test (Labcorp) - $94
Extra bills from hospital for baby's jaundice treatment - $427 (Paid over the phone by card after treatment)
Follow up visits for baby at Irving Pediatrics - $75/visit (We went at 1 week and at 6 weeks)

Please YoungMetrosG,
Did baylorscott hospital post an automated bill to you and were you informed of the NICS bill (555.70$) before.
Also how did you get your zero balance from them?
Thank you.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by olathunde(m): 9:48pm On Sep 13
Mine was 7 in the morning. You could try. Never say never.

sizl:


Hi, around what time please? I was scheduled for Tuesday as well but couldn't make it to the embassy cos of work emergencies that came up, then heard it was rescheduled for Saturday. My interview time was 7:30pm, do you think I should also go on Saturday?
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by Lanifat84: 10:42pm On Sep 13
iphiechuks:
Dear nairalander, entered US via Houston on d 7th sept using Turkish though my final destination was Dallas. Travelled with my son.

My script
POE: passport pls
Me: Handed them
POE: who has d blue passport
Me: my son (pointing at him on d stroller)
Poe: are u a green card holder?
Me: No, I am on a visa
Poe: so u had him here
Me: yes, 2 years ago
Poe: and why are u here?
Me: to have another baby
Poe: your four fingers pls and what do u do
Me: I work with a mortgage bank as the head of operations
Poe: okay. He beckoned on a uniformed man and I was taken to secondary inspection
I waited for 1hr 30min and have connecting flight to Dallas before I was called
Meanwhile my son was singing rain rain go away and other nursery rythm remix for them while time dey go

Inspection: why are u here.
Me: to have a baby
Crp: did u pay for your first baby's bill?
Me: yes
Crp: can I see d receipts?
Me: yes n gave her
Crp: how much do have?
Me: 9486 dollars
Crp: where will u stay
Me: with family friend in Dallas
Crp: not relative? Do u have a relative here?
Me: no family friend, I don't have any relative here
Crp: is your husband coming?
Me: yes in 2 wks
Crp: wat does your husband do?
Me: Banker
Crp: have you benefited from your son's birth in d US
Me: wat benefit pls
Crp: like getting free food, bla bla bla
Me: No
Crp: okay, give me some minutes

I heard her summarizing to her boss or so when he came. She was like She was here 2 years ago to have her baby, from d record paid all her bills, she is here to have another baby, she has enough cash and has made adequate arrangement on where to stay. The oga responded pls let her go.
She called me again and told me to pls pay all my bills same way I did for d first. I responded okay, stamped me in for b2 till march next year.

Claimed my luggages n went for my connecting flight, dey told me dat dey will reschedule me for next day cos I will not meet up and asked if was detained in custom, told them dat I went for secondary inspection and had already handed my luggages to be checked in for d connecting flight. She said dat she will try since I have already transferred my luggages but if it dint work, I shld return to leave next day. While still passing security check I heard them calling my name dat I shld come on board if I am around and I told d security person dat dats my name. She quickly helped me with my hand carry and I strolled my son pass.

I only missed my baby car seat cos I dint see it at luggage claim section will call them later

As for my food stuff, nothing was seized except oil way dey carry for Abj airport dat they won't let it go.
Egusi
Ogbono
Powdered bean
Normal bean
Stock fish
Dried fish
Pepper soup ingrient
Knor
Indomie
Coconut oil
Frozen pap
Peak 123. I saw a note dat one of my bags was open for security check. Nothing taken out.



Hello
Please I read your are using carrollton in dallas
I need obst/gynae to book an appointment with pls
I have a visa already and am coming to dallas upper week. Email address and their billings will be appreciated
My email addy: lanifat@yahoo.com
GoD bless
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by cutegold(f): 11:27pm On Sep 13
Nita3:


Hello, you don't necessarily need a Nigerian passport in order to bring your baby to Naija. You can get a Naija visa from a Nigerian consulate near you or apply for a visa on arrival. For visa on arrival, find below the procedure.
N/B: when applying for Visa on Arrival remember to attach the data page of both parents

Thank you. Please how much do Visa on Arrival cost?
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by debby516(f): 11:31pm On Sep 13
It's $190.

Do you mind sharing you visa and POE transcript with the house? And ur cost breakdown in California, for all to benefit from? Nothing much to read from u other than requests, ma.
cutegold:


Thank you. Please how much do Visa on Arrival cost?

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by sizl: 11:32pm On Sep 13
olathunde:
Mine was 7 in the morning. You could try. Never say never.


Thanks, made a mistake, was scheduled for 7:30 am which was meant to be after you even, so means I was automatically rescheduled for Saturday, thanks ��

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