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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Arexit: 10:56am On Sep 10
asake85:
Hello all,

Please, what is POE like these days? JFK to be precise. What questions should one expect?

Thank you

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by NIFES(f): 3:05pm On Sep 10
House please assist on this; I want to cancel and reschedule my appointment date but I am not seeing the options on the left hand side as they used to be. Please what am I doing wrongly here?
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Vlesparza: 3:07pm On Sep 10
Arexit:


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POE at JFK has not changed. The questions asked should not matter as you should always answer the truth so no need to know the questions or rehearse anything. Just have all your documentation ready and know what you have.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Candybright: 3:36pm On Sep 10
NIFES:
House please assist on this; I want to cancel and reschedule my appointment date but I am not seeing the options on the left hand side as they used to be. Please what am I doing wrongly here?
If you've cancelled once, you will no longer be able to cancel again and that option to reschedule will no longer be there
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Arexit: 3:40pm On Sep 10
Vlesparza:

POE at JFK has not changed. The questions asked should not matter as you should always answer the truth so no need to know the questions or rehearse anything. Just have all your documentation ready and know what you have.

Thanks, just want to know if there’s some kind of unofficial ban. As for saying the truth, there’s really no reason to lie, what will be will be
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by NIFES(f): 3:44pm On Sep 10
Candybright:

If you've cancelled once, you will no longer be able to cancel again and that option to reschedule will no longer be there

Thanks for the information but I haven't cancelled before. Just that it took a while before I could get an appointment date at the initial time.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Candybright: 4:00pm On Sep 10
NIFES:


Thanks for the information but I haven't cancelled before. Just that it took a while before I could get an appointment date at the initial time.
Does anyonelse have access to your appointment page? Maybe the person scheduled and cancelled
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by NIFES(f): 4:49pm On Sep 10
Candybright:

Does anyonelse have access to your appointment page? Maybe the person scheduled and cancelled

Thanks very much for your help. I have been able to reschedule the appointment now. I had to change my password before the side bars (options) came back on though. Thanks again.

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by aamey15: 6:18pm On Sep 10
Hello please when booking the appointment for the notary public at the embassy do we need to fill all the SSN, etc. Also apart from the notarized form what other document should hubby send to me. Does he need to write a letter?
Thank you
Japsylee:


I didn't pay a dime for notary public

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by chibertha(f): 7:49pm On Sep 10
Typical naijia way, no the person did not give me information
so please thread with caution make you no enter one chance.

I saw you pm and i have replied, too.

imke:
Thank you. I'll give them a call.

I also saw the information on your attached screenshot on the NIS website.

Did the person you spoke with, give you any information as to how to proceed? Please let me know.

Thanks again.

Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Bollyposh: 6:36pm On Sep 11
Hi
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Bollyposh: 7:31pm On Sep 11
Hello my people, please when booking the appointment for the notary public at the embassy. Please what name should be filled under the identification code? Is it the newborn name?
Also can someone get the document signed ahead of birth?
Thank you

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by overlord77: 9:26pm On Sep 11
Bollyposh:
Hello my people, please when booking the appointment for the notary public at the embassy. Please what name should be filled under the identification code? Is it the newborn name?
Also can someone get the document signed ahead of birth?
Thank you

Under the identification code section, please fill your details as you are the one booking the appointment.
As for your second question, it's not possible to do that as it can be interpreted as bearing a false statement, the child hadn't been given birth to yet. You wait till the baby is born before anything.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by dammy65: 11:39am On Sep 12
[quote author=overlord77 post=82146414]

Under the identification code section, please fill your details as you are the one booking the appointment.
As for your second question, it's not possible to do that as it can be interpreted as bearing a false statement, the child hadn't been given birth to yet. You wait till the baby is born before anything.

.... And moreover she will need to input in the baby's DOB in the application form that she will be notarizing....

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by pointednose: 6:17pm On Sep 12
Good evening everyone,

I went on missionary journey in the year 2017. It was a medical visa. The visa has expired since April 2019. I have been scared to go for renewal because of the news about denial because of cheap bills.

Please what has been happening as regards that? How have people been renewing these days?

Thank you very much.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by TripleKMama: 11:44am On Sep 13
Pls explain better.
It's on their website that you pay.
Also how can one get a nearer appointment date?
They're giving my hubby Oct 24.
I jus weak.

Mnwhile
TKM baby landed on 9/11
Thank God for me oh!!

Japsylee:


I didn't pay a dime for notary public

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by damilade: 12:35pm On Sep 13
TripleKMama:
Pls explain better.
It's on their website that you pay.
Also how can one get a nearer appointment date?
They're giving my hubby Oct 24.
I jus weak.

Mnwhile
TKM baby landed on 9/11
Thank God for me oh!!


[/quote]congratulations
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by gratefulme40: 1:03pm On Sep 13
TripleKMama:
Pls explain better.
It's on their website that you pay.
Also how can one get a nearer appointment date?
They're giving my hubby Oct 24.
I jus weak.

Mnwhile
TKM baby landed on 9/11
Thank God for me oh!!




Oh.... that’s my birthday mate. Congratulations

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by TripleKMama: 3:55am On Sep 14
gratefulme40:




Oh.... that’s my birthday mate. Congratulations

Wow
Una plenty.
We go wash am
Thanks dear
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by TripleKMama: 3:57am On Sep 14
damilade:


congratulations
Thanks. I appreciate.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Dennyjuff: 9:54am On Sep 14
Hello everyone, and mothers hoping to get their visa.. I got mine less than a week ago and I felt I should come back here to tell my success story and encourage someone because this thread really helped me a lot.
I’ve been to US twice, and my husband thrice but this time we wanted medical visa for me, and normal B1/B2 visa for him.. I was on NL almost everyday reading about other people’s experience.
So this is how my interview went

Vo : good morning
Us : good morning
Vo : why do you want to go to the US
My husband : me for vacation
Me : for me, we want to have our baby there
Vo : oh really wen is the baby due..
me : xxxx date
Vo : when do you intend traveling
Me : xxxx date
Vo : what do u do
Me : I’m a blah blah blah
Vo : turns to husband where do U work
Him : xxxx
Vo : tell me about what you do for them
Him : xxxxxxxxxxxx VO was just listening and nodding
Vo : So u earn xxxx amount monthly ?
Husband : yes
Vo to me : have you made any payment to any doctor in the US?
Me : no I haven’t
Vo : do you have your doctor’s correspondence
Me : yes I do... I gave him the correspondence, my letter of appointment and my hospital bill.
Vo : scrolls through them and asks do you have a budget sheet for all your expenses?
Me : hands them over
Vo : do you have your bank statements?
Husband : hands them over (statement for dorm account and for naira account)
Vo: where did this amount come from (referring to a bulk payment in the dorm account)
Husband : whenever I get my inflow, I use it for xxxxx so I just got the value back and converted them to USD and put it back there.
Vo : *checks for inflow and nods*
Vo : do you have other children
Husband : yes a cute boy .. our first child
Vo : has any of you been denied visa to any country lately
Husband : yes I was denied my Canadian visa some days after I applied for my US visa so I cudnt indicate it in my application at the time
Vo : tell me about why u were denied
Husband : they said I don’t have enough strong ties and that’s funny to me because my wife and kid is here and I’ve travelled to other countries and I always come back as at when did I don’t know why they’d think I’m not coming back.. but I reapplied 3 days after
Vo : *goes ahead to type plenty plenty things*
Vo : okay. I wish you good luck in your travels
*tears some small pink paper and says we should proceed to pay the reciprocity fee*
And then he says let me give you a word of advice
Don’t go to any hospital that would offer you discounts because they say you’re self pay it will come back to haunt you in the future. And next time when you’re applying, you will be asked for your receipts..
also, when travelling , go with all these documents you provided here .. you may need them at the point of entry.
We said okay.. thank you so much and proceeded to pay ����
—- I wish everyone Goodluck.. and thanks to this thread, I went prepared knowing the documents they’d ask for. And of course Gods grace had a huge part to play.

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Dennyjuff: 12:59pm On Sep 14
didismyname:
Ok in the spirit of giving back. I will like to share my story. I recently renewed my visa.

2016 got a B1/B2 Visa for my family. We had our vacation June 2016 and stayed for a month. 2017, I got pregnant and I did the change of intent. Had my baby Dec 2017 and got back April 2018. Did dropbox Feb 2019 and I got the almighty 221G letter after 8days.

Scheduling a follow-up interview was tasking but by end of March I checked my status and the whole of April was available. I picked end of April to give me ample time to prepare for the interview. My hospital bill for birthing was about $9250 excluding lab. Got all my zero receipts and kept reading this thread on nairaland.
On the D-Day. I set out with all my documents even carried my LO blue passport as I saw on this thread with her BC. Infact I was more than ready, had my itemized bill, zero receipts, 6month payslips, statement of account, letter of introduction from my office...my people I even carried my recent promotion and recommendation letter����
Guess what? absolute nothing was asked other than my receipts, itemized bill.
In my opinion, I think is the confidence that one exudes during interview goes a long way, be sincere and look them in the eye. Try not to stutter.
I mean everyone on my queue during my interview time was not given a visa, I was scared but I told myself that I will give my best smile and be as confident as I can.
Visa was granted.
Grateful to God.

Hello please could you help me with the hospital you used? And what state? Thank you.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by urblackpearl: 9:11pm On Sep 14
Congrats!

Dennyjuff:
Hello everyone, and mothers hoping to get their visa.. I got mine less than a week ago and I felt I should come back here to tell my success story and encourage someone because this thread really helped me a lot.
I’ve been to US twice, and my husband thrice but this time we wanted medical visa for me, and normal B1/B2 visa for him.. I was on NL almost everyday reading about other people’s experience.
So this is how my interview went

Vo : good morning
Us : good morning
Vo : why do you want to go to the US
My husband : me for vacation
Me : for me, we want to have our baby there
Vo : oh really wen is the baby due..
me : xxxx date
Vo : when do you intend traveling
Me : xxxx date
Vo : what do u do
Me : I’m a blah blah blah
Vo : turns to husband where do U work
Him : xxxx
Vo : tell me about what you do for them
Him : xxxxxxxxxxxx VO was just listening and nodding
Vo : So u earn xxxx amount monthly ?
Husband : yes
Vo to me : have you made any payment to any doctor in the US?
Me : no I haven’t
Vo : do you have your doctor’s correspondence
Me : yes I do... I gave him the correspondence, my letter of appointment and my hospital bill.
Vo : scrolls through them and asks do you have a budget sheet for all your expenses?
Me : hands them over
Vo : do you have your bank statements?
Husband : hands them over (statement for dorm account and for naira account)
Vo: where did this amount come from (referring to a bulk payment in the dorm account)
Husband : whenever I get my inflow, I use it for xxxxx so I just got the value back and converted them to USD and put it back there.
Vo : *checks for inflow and nods*
Vo : do you have other children
Husband : yes a cute boy .. our first child
Vo : has any of you been denied visa to any country lately
Husband : yes I was denied my Canadian visa some days after I applied for my US visa so I cudnt indicate it in my application at the time
Vo : tell me about why u were denied
Husband : they said I don’t have enough strong ties and that’s funny to me because my wife and kid is here and I’ve travelled to other countries and I always come back as at when did I don’t know why they’d think I’m not coming back.. but I reapplied 3 days after
Vo : *goes ahead to type plenty plenty things*
Vo : okay. I wish you good luck in your travels
*tears some small pink paper and says we should proceed to pay the reciprocity fee*
And then he says let me give you a word of advice
Don’t go to any hospital that would offer you discounts because they say you’re self pay it will come back to haunt you in the future. And next time when you’re applying, you will be asked for your receipts..
also, when travelling , go with all these documents you provided here .. you may need them at the point of entry.
We said okay.. thank you so much and proceeded to pay ����
—- I wish everyone Goodluck.. and thanks to this thread, I went prepared knowing the documents they’d ask for. And of course Gods grace had a huge part to play.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by ibukunpops(f): 10:37pm On Sep 14
Congratulations

What is the total cost on the bill you showed the Vo?

[quote author=Dennyjuff post=82221131]Hello everyone, and mothers hoping to get their visa.. I got mine less than a week ago and I felt I should come back here to tell my success story and encourage someone because this thread really helped me a lot.
I’ve been to US twice, and my husband thrice but this time we wanted medical visa for me, and normal B1/B2 visa for him.. I was on NL almost everyday reading about other people’s experience.
So this is how my interview went
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by OmoBendel24: 7:42pm On Sep 15
Dennyjuff:


Hello please could you help me with the hospital you used? And what state? Thank you.

Congratulations to you first thing first. Thanks very much for giving back to the thread.... Meanwhile, are you planning to change hospital/facilty/doctor and or State? Also and quite important now, what were the figures supplied by you at the interview like?
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by herrik066: 1:58pm On Sep 16
Good pple. I hail o. Many thanks to those that have been keeping this thread alive. Abeg o, do i need to write a letter of consent with regards to my DW travelling with our lil son of 3 years for her missionary journey?
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by TripleKMama: 4:13pm On Sep 16
herrik066:
Good pple. I hail o. Many thanks to those that have been keeping this thread alive. Abeg o, do i need to write a letter of consent with regards to my DW travelling with our lil son of 3 years for her missionary journey?

It wont cost anything to write na
Just write and sign and let her travel wit it whether or not she uses it.
I've done such before in the past with different things. It's just to err on the side of caution and you dont need anybody's advice to do so.

All the best.

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by chibertha(f): 5:50am On Sep 17
to add to what TrippleMamaK said remember to give a copy of your recent passport bio page.
Better to be over-prepared.

herrik066:
Good pple. I hail o. Many thanks to those that have been keeping this thread alive. Abeg o, do i need to write a letter of consent with regards to my DW travelling with our lil son of 3 years for her missionary journey?

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