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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Zinzar: 9:18pm On Mar 29
Okay I will thank you.

pointednose:
All the best with your interview.

Please let us know how the interview goes
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by ibukunpops(f): 10:59pm On Mar 29
Congratulations

Did you state you where going to give birth?

Please kindly share transcript and a brief history, to help others as well.

Thank you.

TMTOcare:
Got my Visa aswell.

Where you given a white slip?




Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Debbieeeeeee: 8:25am On Mar 30
Lochinny:


Thank you Debbieeee! We later got an agency that helped us get Delta and Qatar airlines. The problem is the POE to choose
New York o! So far they’ve been the most lenient, please others too can mention lenient POE’s. I myself I intend to route via JFK when I’m ready to travel

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Debbieeeeeee: 8:29am On Mar 30
ibukunpops:
Congratulations

Did you state you where going to give birth?

Please kindly share transcript and a brief history, to help others as well.

Thank you.

Two people that I know that have declared birthing got refused regardless of the fact that they’ve pre paid and they also paid for their previous birth

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by anitakel(f): 10:33am On Mar 30
ibukunpops:
Congratulations

Please can you share your transcript.

Any previous child birth?

Would appreciate details of questions asked and how the interview was generally.

Thanx



V.O: Goodmorning,

My husband and I: Goodmorning

V.O: What is your relationship?

Me: We are married.

V.O: How long have you been married for ?

Me: 2months

V.O: Can you tell me where you applied for your previous visa?

Me: Dublin,

V.O: Asking my husband(Have you traveled before ?

Husband: No i havent.

V:O: What do you do?

Me: I run a real estate business here in Nigeria.

Husband: My wife and i work together in the same company.

V.O; Were you managing the real estate business from Dublin?

Me: Yes i was

V:O; How much does your company bring in on an average monthly?

Me: 500k, i can show you the statement of account here with me if you want.

V.O: Its ok, i believe you.

V.O; What is the purpose of your trip?

Me: We are going for our honey moon.

V.O: Why Austin?

Me; The last time i travelled, because of time limitation, i couldnt tour round texas and i liked the culture.

V.O: Gives me a the paper to recieve my passport and says passport will be ready in 2-3 working days.

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by anitakel(f): 10:41am On Mar 30
TMTOcare:
Got my Visa aswell.

Where you given a white slip?

I was issued a white slip. I think its a new development. Any one who has this slip and has travelled recently should confirm if the date stamped is the automatic 6months or less.




Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Debbieeeeeee: 10:47am On Mar 30
Hi Anitakel was this a renewal or a fresh application for you?
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by anitakel(f): 10:50am On Mar 30
Debbieeeeeee:
Hi Anitakel was this a renewal or a fresh application for you?

It was a renewal for me but a fresh one for my hubby
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Debbieeeeeee: 12:01pm On Mar 30
anitakel:


It was a renewal for me but a fresh one for my hubby
Oh great.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Biobioliscious: 1:17pm On Mar 30
@megastu

Thanks for your response. Please are you in Nigeria and did you go with letter of consent from the non- appearing parent?

Please I’ll like to private chat you. Kindly send me your email address or a mail,Mine is suttsey@yahoo.com

Hope to read from you soon . Thank you
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by LSU: 5:57am On Mar 31
Please let's not create confusion on this thread. A US visa is not an authorization to enter into the USA. It is an authorization 'to apply' for entry into the USA. The application for entry is done during the interview with Customs at any USA border; this can be done even if you have 1 day remaining on your visa. The Customs personnel grants you authorization 'to enter' the USA and assigns you a stay duration.....this is typically 6months for B1/B2 visa holders but can be less.

DanerNo1:

You can be sent back if your visa is not valid 6 months or more.

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by customised87: 1:04pm On Mar 31
megastu:
I don't think it is both parents.

I renewed successfully for my child. I went alone.

Hello, did you go with a notorised consent form cos the father is absent?
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by ibukunpops(f): 5:21pm On Mar 31
Oh!

Thank you for the information.

Debbieeeeeee:

Two people that I know that have declared birthing got refused regardless of the fact that they’ve pre paid and they also paid for their previous birth
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by ibukunpops(f): 5:22pm On Mar 31
Thanx alot for these transcript.

All the best with your hubby and the trip.

Thanx

anitakel:



V.O: Goodmorning,

My husband and I: Goodmorning

V.O: What is your relationship?

Me: We are married.

V.O: How long have you been married for ?

Me: 2months

V.O: Can you tell me where you applied for your previous visa?

Me: Dublin,

V.O: Asking my husband(Have you traveled before ?

Husband: No i havent.

V:O: What do you do?

Me: I run a real estate business here in Nigeria.

Husband: My wife and i work together in the same company.

V.O; Were you managing the real estate business from Dublin?

Me: Yes i was

V:O; How much does your company bring in on an average monthly?

Me: 500k, i can show you the statement of account here with me if you want.

V.O: Its ok, i believe you.

V.O; What is the purpose of your trip?

Me: We are going for our honey moon.

V.O: Why Austin?

Me; The last time i travelled, because of time limitation, i couldnt tour round texas and i liked the culture.

V.O: Gives me a the paper to recieve my passport and says passport will be ready in 2-3 working days.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by obiwankenobi: 8:33pm On Mar 31
Lochinny:
Good afternoon everyone and happy Sunday!
Pls I need your help. I want to give birth in US, had my first baby there and my visa is about to expire in May.. with what I’ve been reading, I think it’s better I travel with this visa before it expires. Pls I’ve been trying to book a flight and I’ve been seeing that flights are restricted for people with b1/b2 visa. Pls which airline accepts people with this visa.
Someone suggested Delta but I’m traveling with a child less than 2years and there’s no place on Delta site for under 2 years, means I have to pay for two adults. Pls I need your suggestions and help


Call their customer care line, they'll sort you out.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by DanerNo1(m): 1:09am On Apr 01
LSU:
Please let's not create confusion on this thread. A US visa is not an authorization to enter into the USA. It is an authorization 'to apply' for entry into the USA. The application for entry is done during the interview with Customs at any USA border; this can be done even if you have 1 day remaining on your visa. The Customs personnel grants you authorization 'to enter' the USA and assigns you a stay duration.....this is typically 6months for B1/B2 visa holders but can be less.
Grants or Denies.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Fatsoul: 10:46am On Apr 01
Hello My people .
Happy new months
Am back here and I have a serious issue.
In 2019,my husbands email account was hacked.we just realized that my child ssn was in my husbands mail.I just noticed that someone has been filling for my child��and has been using Her SSN.please my people help me out.I tried to call IRS they are not picking up...what’s the easiest way out please
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Debbieeeeeee: 11:57am On Apr 01
Fatsoul:
Hello My people .
Happy new months
Am back here and I have a serious issue.
In 2019,my husbands email account was hacked.we just realized that my child ssn was in my husbands mail.I just noticed that someone has been filling for my child��and has been using Her SSN.please my people help me out.I tried to call IRS they are not picking up...what’s the easiest way out please
https://identitytheft.gov/
If you receive a notice from the IRS that leads you to believe someone may have used your SSN (or ITIN) fraudulently, please notify the IRS immediately by responding to the contact at the number printed on the notice or letter.
If you're an actual or potential victim of identity theft and would like the IRS to mark your account to identify any questionable activity, please complete Form 14039, Identity Theft Affidavit PDF. See the "Instructions for Submitting this Form" in Form 14039, for information on submitting it by mail or fax.
You may also contact the IRS for specialized assistance at 800-908-4490. These IRS employees are available to answer questions about identity theft and resolve any tax account issues that resulted from identity theft.
Review Publication 5027, Identity Theft Information for Taxpayers, for more information. It's available in English PDF and Spanish PDF.

https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/f14039.pdf

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Fatsoul: 11:46pm On Apr 01
Debbieeeeeee:

https://identitytheft.gov/
If you receive a notice from the IRS that leads you to believe someone may have used your SSN (or ITIN) fraudulently, please notify the IRS immediately by responding to the contact at the number printed on the notice or letter.
If you're an actual or potential victim of identity theft and would like the IRS to mark your account to identify any questionable activity, please complete Form 14039, Identity Theft Affidavit PDF. See the "Instructions for Submitting this Form" in Form 14039, for information on submitting it by mail or fax.
You may also contact the IRS for specialized assistance at 800-908-4490. These IRS employees are available to answer questions about identity theft and resolve any tax account issues that resulted from identity theft.
Review Publication 5027, Identity Theft Information for Taxpayers, for more information. It's available in English PDF and Spanish PDF.

https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/f14039.pdf


Hello,
I can not thank you enough.I just filled the form and I have submitted.waiting to hear from them.I really appreciate you.this thread is just a life saver .God bless you all for your help...I APPRECIATE

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by pointednose: 3:35pm On Apr 02
People swear by JFK really.

The gust about scrutiny at JFK is new to me. I have not travelled in a while. Maybe you can ask people who have travelled recently especially those who have travelled for the purpose of birthing.

All the best.
Lochinny:
Thank you so much everyone for ur kind advice. I really appreciate. Pls I would appreciate if someone can help suggest a good POE now. I wanted to use JFK which was what I used the last time I traveled to have my baby and by God’s grace, it was a smooth experience. The agent I’m using adviced against it that currently people avoid JFK because they now scrutinize everyone. I’m now confused on what to use.. I have JFK, Dallas Fort Worth and Atlanta as my options. Pls which one do you guys suggest I use? Thank you

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Godheard: 9:16pm On Apr 05
Hello everyone, is anyone due to give birth this year and went for visa interview stating clear reasons as giving birth as purpose of travel and was granted the visa?

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Ijaay83: 10:30am On Apr 06
ozycy:
Did anyone successfully book interview after recently after Dropbox renewal? Seems the platform is not opening

Good morning house, please has anyone renewed their visa after this discount wahala. I didn’t ask for a discount. I have my zero balance,I paid all my bills I don’t know why they are insisting that we were given discount.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Lochinny: 7:24pm On Apr 06
Debbieeeeeee:

New York o! So far they’ve been the most lenient, please others too can mention lenient POE’s. I myself I intend to route via JFK when I’m ready to travel

Thanks a lot Debbie! I’ve successfully booked for jfk, then would enter a local flight from there
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Lochinny: 7:26pm On Apr 06
pointednose:
People swear by JFK really.

The gust about scrutiny at JFK is new to me. I have not travelled in a while. Maybe you can ask people who have travelled recently especially those who have travelled for the purpose of birthing.

All the best.

Thank you pointednose! I still went ahead with jfk booking despite what people were saying.. used it in my first baby and by God’s grace it was hitch free

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by ibukunpops(f): 10:45pm On Apr 06
See below @Godheard

Debbieeeeeee:

Two people that I know that have declared birthing got refused regardless of the fact that they’ve pre paid and they also paid for their previous birth

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Debbieeeeeee: 8:37am On Apr 07
Lochinny:


Thanks a lot Debbie! I’ve successfully booked for jfk, then would enter a local flight from there
Great idea ! May your entry be successful please keep the house updated. As for me I still dey find date to renew for Lagos. Sometimes I’ll see January 2nd 2024, sometimes I’ll see January 9 2024 grin so funny.
Another thing would have been to book BA or DELTA, one that the POE is NYC , so you don’t have to stress to bother about local flight booking. Regardless sha we move!
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Debbieeeeeee: 8:38am On Apr 07
Lochinny:


Thank you pointednose! I still went ahead with jfk booking despite what people were saying.. used it in my first baby and by God’s grace it was hitch free
It will be hitch free for you in Jesus name. JFK has hardly given headache to anyone except in exceptional cases.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Blackfinegirl(f): 10:33am On Apr 07
rozeybid:

Lol .. Happy too .

Pls any update on anyone that have renewed their visa in recent time ?

Baby 2 loading , Due September.
Didn’t want to give up hope of having to birth again in US .

hello

Good morning,

please i sent you a mail, i would appreciate if you reply me. God bless you
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Shedonnaoz: 4:28pm On Apr 07
Hello everyone,

I’m really grateful to have searched for this thread. I have read through and have learnt a lot. It’s my first time trying to birth in the USA. I have looked up doctoresperati (many thanks to the update here). I would like more options and guidance. Anyone with more links please?

Also, newbies in the house in need of a planning partner. kindly reach out.

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