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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by topemama1: 7:23am On Dec 07, 2020
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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by GoodGrace: 11:21am On Dec 07, 2020
@Topemama1 or anyone else that has recently given birth in the US:

Please help with tips on how to go through POE legally and successfully
1. Where was your POE?
2. What questions were you asked and how did you respond?
3. Was your bump visible?
4. Is showing burden of proof of financial ability to pay medical bills enough? Or you had to fully pay your medical bills before travelling?
5. Did you have to take COVID tests or quarantine? What were the associated costs?
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Gracemum: 1:06am On Dec 08, 2020
So for other mums and dads who may be wondering, the answer is No. If one or both parents will not accompany the minor to the passport appointment, get the hard copies of the notarized docs sent to the person that would accompany the child (no scanned notarized docs. I was hopeful, given the current delay in services of DHL). You also need to use a US based Notary public in which ever country you reside. Hope this helps someone else.

Gracemum:
Please does anyone know or have an experience on this. Whether the US Embassy in Abuja would accept scanned copies of both parents notarized documents for a minor's passport renewal.

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by jossy404: 11:53am On Dec 08, 2020
Please can you give a step by step guide on renewing US passport in Nigeria as well as the required documents needed.

I will appreciate your response.

Thanks in advance.

Gracemum:
So for other mums and dads who may be wondering, the answer is No. If one or both parents will not accompany the minor to the passport appointment, get the hard copies of the notarized docs sent to the person that would accompany the child (no scanned notarized docs. I was hopeful, given the current delay in services of DHL). You also need to use a US based Notary public in which ever country you reside. Hope this helps someone else.

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by olamie: 12:35am On Dec 11, 2020
Hello everyone,
I'll be traveling back to Nigeria with my 3 year old. Please does she need a PCR test?
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Adabenu: 9:32am On Dec 11, 2020
She doesn't. It is on the NCDC faqs.

quote author=olamie post=96945484]Hello everyone,
I'll be traveling back to Nigeria with my 3 year old. Please does she need a PCR test?

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by olamie: 1:28am On Dec 12, 2020
thank you
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by skace: 6:22pm On Dec 22, 2020
[quote author=Debbieeeeeee Skace I don’t really know about the situation of things now at the border , but make sure you’re carrying enough money and your correspondence from the doctor here in naija and abroad. Be sure to talk to a perinatologist or a MFM. You will carry to term in Jesus name

Thank you for this and a big AMEN to your prayer. My aunt has made arrangements for me to talk to a perinatologist over there. To think that some insensitive people here have the nerve to assume that iam irresponsible for wanting to birth in the US , where i have family, for wanting the best for me and my child. I lost my father last year because of the incompetence of the doctors who were supposedly good. Plus other experiences ive had so if this makes me irresponsible i'll gladly wear the cap. Their stupidity knows no bounds but to each his own. God bless you for your prayers.

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by ultimatebas(m): 3:56pm On Dec 30, 2020
Compliments of the season everyone.

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Kemo88: 7:43pm On Jan 03
Hello everyone and happy new year.
Please does anyone know if the embassy is taking applications for renewal of B1/B2. Can I apply and book an appointment. I saw on the embassy website that they are taking limited B1/B2 application. I don’t know what they mean by limited. Can anyone help?

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by rozeybid: 9:01pm On Jan 13
Why is this page so quiet ... It is well .
I pray Biden’s administration favor us .

Just got pregnant with my second child and hoping all trumps law is changed to the old times .

I pray .

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Debbieeeeeee: 9:07pm On Jan 13
rozeybid:
Why is this page so quiet ... It is well .
I pray Biden’s administration favor us .

Just got pregnant with my second child and hoping all trumps law is changed to the old times .

I pray .
Amen.
I miss the good old bubbly days on this thread

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by mom2015: 2:07am On Jan 17
Happy new year Mamas and Papas! May this year favor us all. Amen.

Congratulations to the new moms and dads.

I’m expecting my third child ����������and tot to check on the group as usual. Nairaland has been a great tool for my first and second.

Abeg may-June moms preparing to travel please raise ur hands ooo. I need a planning buddy. Just got some information about a place in Texas that’s totally different from the places we’re used to.

Any one who knows about delivery information in San Angelo tx should please holla or dm me. Any information will be highly appreciated.

Anyone willing to share accomodation/ information about affordable accomodation will be highly appreciated, the cheapest I got was $850.

Wish us all safe delivery���

I Dey salute our ancestors... let’s make this page busy and interesting again!!
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by iguita: 7:49am On Jan 20
We are looking at having our second journey at the same time. Wifey is yet to apply for visa. Have you applied? We are using the same hospital and doctor as the first time.

mom2015:
Happy new year Mamas and Papas! May this year favor us all. Amen.

Congratulations to the new moms and dads.

I’m expecting my third child ����������and tot to check on the group as usual. Nairaland has been a great tool for my first and second.

Abeg may-June moms preparing to travel please raise ur hands ooo. I need a planning buddy. Just got some information about a place in Texas that’s totally different from the places we’re used to.

Any one who knows about delivery information in San Angelo tx should please holla or dm me. Any information will be highly appreciated.

Anyone willing to share accomodation/ information about affordable accomodation will be highly appreciated, the cheapest I got was $850.

Wish us all safe delivery���

I Dey salute our ancestors... let’s make this page busy and interesting again!!
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by pointednose: 9:14am On Jan 20
Do you have a valid visa?
mom2015:
Happy new year Mamas and Papas! May this year favor us all. Amen.

Congratulations to the new moms and dads.

I’m expecting my third child ����������and tot to check on the group as usual. Nairaland has been a great tool for my first and second.

Abeg may-June moms preparing to travel please raise ur hands ooo. I need a planning buddy. Just got some information about a place in Texas that’s totally different from the places we’re used to.

Any one who knows about delivery information in San Angelo tx should please holla or dm me. Any information will be highly appreciated.

Anyone willing to share accomodation/ information about affordable accomodation will be highly appreciated, the cheapest I got was $850.

Wish us all safe delivery���

I Dey salute our ancestors... let’s make this page busy and interesting again!!
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by mom2015: 3:54am On Jan 21
iguita:
We are looking at having our second journey at the same time. Wifey is yet to apply for visa. Have you applied? We are using the same hospital and doctor as the first time.


Oh nice! Where did you have your first?

Yes I have a valid visa. Now that there’s a new government, getting a visa will be easier than before.

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by mom2015: 3:55am On Jan 21
pointednose:
Do you have a valid visa?

Oh yes I do, why did u ask?
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by mom2015: 3:13pm On Jan 21
iguita:
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Okay nice! Will love to use something different that’s why I opted for the hospital. I always have my kids in different hospitals and state.

You should book an appointment so that u can get a date before delivery. The embassy allows few people at a time because of the COVID.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by iguita: 8:20pm On Jan 21
Yeah. That's the long thing now.
mom2015:


Okay nice! Will love to use something different that’s why I opted for the hospital. I always have my kids in different hospitals and state.

You should book an appointment so that u can get a date before delivery. The embassy allows few people at a time because of the COVID.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by pointednose: 9:03pm On Jan 21
mom2015:


Oh yes I do, why did u ask?

I asked cos of the rule that one can't go to the embassy for the sole purpose of giving birth.

Its nice you already have a visa
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by rozeybid: 10:05pm On Jan 21
mom2015:


Oh nice! Where did you have your first?

Yes I have a valid visa. Now that there’s a new government, getting a visa will be easier than before.

Did you just got your visa for soul visit to birth or just the normal B1B2 visa ?

I am due Sept for my second baby and so skeptical applying , hoping this new government is more linen with birth tourism .
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Emosariemen: 8:31am On Jan 22
Good morning all

I am new here.

I will be needing all help I can get, we have been TTC for 4 years and God has finally done it. We want our babies to birthed in God’s own country. Guru in the house please guide me on how to go about this.

Thank you all for your anticipated response.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by customised87: 12:30pm On Jan 22
rozeybid:


Did you just got your visa for soul visit to birth or just the normal B1B2 visa ?

I am due Sept for my second baby and so skeptical applying , hoping this new government is more linen with birth tourism .

Appointment dates are filling up fast. You may need to hurry so you can get a date, that’s if you do not already have your visa.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by customised87: 12:31pm On Jan 22
Emosariemen:
Good morning all

I am new here.

I will be needing all help I can get, we have been TTC for 4 years and God has finally done it. We want our babies to birthed in God’s own country. Guru in the house please guide me on how to go about this.

Thank you all for your anticipated response.


Congratulations. You may have to read from the first page of this thread so as to be adequately guided
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by mom2015: 1:04pm On Jan 22
rozeybid:


Did you just got your visa for soul visit to birth or just the normal B1B2 visa ?

I am due Sept for my second baby and so skeptical applying , hoping this new government is more linen with birth tourism .

My initial visa was solely to give birth, I had been TTC for over 4years and I was granted.

Pardon me but I’ll like to call myself one of the ancestors except that I wasn’t really active on the group.

My subsequent visa were granted to me with no issues, I still make sure to tell them I most likely will visit for medical reasons. I usually have some minor complications during pregnancy because of the drugs I use to prevent threatened abortion. The last one affected my liver and I lost my sister to childbirth.

So I believe every interview is unique and we can tell our unique stories to the VOs rather than the generic ones and that’s y I chose to use a hospital in a totally new environment.

I hope this answers it all.

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by mom2015: 1:07pm On Jan 22
Emosariemen:
Good morning all

I am new here.

I will be needing all help I can get, we have been TTC for 4 years and God has finally done it. We want our babies to birthed in God’s own country. Guru in the house please guide me on how to go about this.

Thank you all for your anticipated response.


Congratulations dear!

Wish u a safe delivery, I shall carry to term. Amen.

What steps did u take to get pregnant?

I will advice u to read from the beginning, that’s the best way to get undiluted information. Happy reading

Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by mom2015: 1:09pm On Jan 22
I’m glad the group is becoming lively pease I need partners ooo! Any one interested should please holla me for better planning! Thanks

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