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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by ozymes(m): 12:09am On Jan 01, 2018
Check your box
captain90210:
Please what hospital did u use in El Paso. Can u also pchat me the medical cost breakdown. Thanks
ogunrindefoluso@yahoo.ca

Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by ozymes(m): 12:14am On Jan 01, 2018
Thank you. Please which e-mail address or is it physical submission?
urblackpearl:


I used a sample posted by freshdad earlier. See below:


The Comptroller General,
Nigeria Immigration Service,
Airport Road, Abuja.

Dear Sir,

APPLICATION FOR VISA ON ARRIVAL

I, ........, a Nigerian citizen, would like to apply for a visa on arrival for my daughter; .........- a national of the United States of America with passport number ...... scheduled to arrive the country from the .... 2017 accompanied by my wife ........ with passport number A..... aboard a concerned airline.

Attached to this letter are the following;
1. The data page of my passport
2. The data page of my wife’s passport
3. The data page of my daughters’ passport and,
4. My daughters’ birth certificate.

I look forward to your usual cooperative and swift response.

Yours faithfully,
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Mamatukwas: 9:24am On Jan 01, 2018
Happy New Year Everyone!!! 2018 will be great for us in Jesus Name, Amen!

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Mamatukwas: 9:42am On Jan 01, 2018
ada88:
Happy New Year in advance everyone. Please is there any one here who had or who knows anyone with pregnancy Induces hypertension. I don't understand why my BP is going up and down. I am on labetelol now but does anyone have any experience to share and how it was handled before they travelled. I am still looking for ticket for January even though my EDD is April becaise I don't want any emergency. But if I seek a solution I can wait longer Instead of travelling so early. Please help. Is this the right thread for this. If not please direct me to the appropriate place. Thank you.

Hi @Ada88 .... Yes iv had PIH with both my pregnancies and have delivered safely but having also cried just this past week because a lady I know with this same PIH/Pre eclampsia had to deliver her child at 27weeks and eventually bury same I can tell you honestly that this is a very personal journey!


Having said that here are my personal tips:
- Make sure you are seeing doctors who know whatssap... As in who know their work. If possible not only gynecologists at this point.
- Follow your doctors instructions carefully. This is not the time to mess with your drugs or with google.
- I'm currently on labetalol And Aldomet because of my range and history... check your bp frequently at home to ensure that only labetalol in the doses you are using is doing the job.
- it's time for some lifestyle changes. Cut of salt and all fast foods, yes all! Not the time for Sfc and co, they have too much salt in their food. Also start taking walks if you haven't been doing so.
- Stop worrying about the BP or about anything for that matter.Trust me the less you worry the lower your BP and vice versa.
- If manages well there's no reason you can't stay in Nigeria till 34/35 weeks... However pls inform your doctor in the US immediately you arriveof your history.
- There's a 95% chance that you will be induced. This is because typically as the weeks advance your BP does same regardless of drug use so again you know your levels and the best time to leave Naija... you shall most likely not get to 40 weeks.
- Because of point above, there's a higher chance of CS if your doctor chooses that route or if you or your baby do not respond well to inducing... keep an a open mind. And that being said pls pay for epidural oh... coz most times the tin can take longer than the average.
- All in all you will do just fine! Just take closer care of yourself and environment, watch what you eat and don't be careless with meds or with yourself generally
- And finally pray and trust God who has successfully seen millions of women with the same condition through! You will testify this year IJN, Amen.

Hope this helped... Sorry for any typos... can't go back to edit. Happy Bumping!

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by oluwafunkenny: 11:07am On Jan 01, 2018
Hi, my obgyn advised me to attend 6weeks post partum check up before travelling. This is for you and not he baby. You might like to factor that in or ask your doc. Cheers

quote author=paddedbabe post=63730117]Hello everyone, please for mums who had a C-section delivery, how old was your LO when you were able to travel with him/her back to Nigeria .Im flying emirates and it's quite a long journey though we will transit in Dubai after 14 hours from Houston. I just need to know when to fix my return date for LO and myself. Thank you. [/quote]
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by kafcakes: 12:11pm On Jan 01, 2018
Happy new year everyone, I love this thread and I have been following it...was Houston bound but no more, now going to New jersey.... Any one new jersey bound next month..
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by EngrSanusi(m): 1:09pm On Jan 01, 2018
Happy New Year
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by dere5: 4:30pm On Jan 01, 2018
Mamatukwas:


Hi @Ada88 .... Yes iv had PIH with both my pregnancies and have delivered safely but having also cried just this past week because a lady I know with this same PIH/Pre eclampsia had to deliver her child at 27weeks and eventually bury same I can tell you honestly that this is a very personal journey!


Having said that here are my personal tips:
- Make sure you are seeing doctors who know whatssap... As in who know their work. If possible not only gynecologists at this point.
- Follow your doctors instructions carefully. This is not the time to mess with your drugs or with google.
- I'm currently on labetalol And Aldomet because of my range and history... check your bp frequently at home to ensure that only labetalol in the doses you are using is doing the job.
- it's time for some lifestyle changes. Cut of salt and all fast foods, yes all! Not the time for Sfc and co, they have too much salt in their food. Also start taking walks if you haven't been doing so.
- Stop worrying about the BP or about anything for that matter.Trust me the less you worry the lower your BP and vice versa.
- If manages well there's no reason you can't stay in Nigeria till 34/35 weeks... However pls inform your doctor in the US immediately you arriveof your history.
- There's a 95% chance that you will be induced. This is because typically as the weeks advance your BP does same regardless of drug use so again you know your levels and the best time to leave Naija... you shall most likely not get to 40 weeks.
- Because of point above, there's a higher chance of CS if your doctor chooses that route or if you or your baby do not respond well to inducing... keep an a open mind. And that being said pls pay for epidural oh... coz most times the tin can take longer than the average.
- All in all you will do just fine! Just take closer care of yourself and environment, watch what you eat and don't be careless with meds or with yourself generally
- And finally pray and trust God who has successfully seen millions of women with the same condition through! You will testify this year IJN, Amen.

Hope this helped... Sorry for any typos... can't go back to edit. Happy Bumping!

This is one of the reasons I love this forum, total strangers taking time out to be of help to their fellow man
God bless you madam.

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Zeemin3: 4:53pm On Jan 01, 2018
kafcakes:
Happy new year everyone, I love this thread and I have been following it...was Houston bound but no more, now going to New jersey.... Any one new jersey bound next month..

Please why have you changed your mind? Why jersey over Houston?
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by ada88: 6:25pm On Jan 01, 2018
Thank you so much for this message. I really really do appreciate this. I will do as advised. I need to stop with the worry. God bless you. I am grateful. Just when I thought I was allowing fear take a better part of me. Thank you so much.

Am so sorry about your friend. May this new year replace those tears with joy becaise God is about to give her double for her pain. Amen.
Mamatukwas:


Hi @Ada88 .... Yes iv had PIH with both my pregnancies and have delivered safely but having also cried just this past week because a lady I know with this same PIH/Pre eclampsia had to deliver her child at 27weeks and eventually bury same I can tell you honestly that this is a very personal journey!


Having said that here are my personal tips:
- Make sure you are seeing doctors who know whatssap... As in who know their work. If possible not only gynecologists at this point.
- Follow your doctors instructions carefully. This is not the time to mess with your drugs or with google.
- I'm currently on labetalol And Aldomet because of my range and history... check your bp frequently at home to ensure that only labetalol in the doses you are using is doing the job.
- it's time for some lifestyle changes. Cut of salt and all fast foods, yes all! Not the time for Sfc and co, they have too much salt in their food. Also start taking walks if you haven't been doing so.
- Stop worrying about the BP or about anything for that matter.Trust me the less you worry the lower your BP and vice versa.
- If manages well there's no reason you can't stay in Nigeria till 34/35 weeks... However pls inform your doctor in the US immediately you arriveof your history.
- There's a 95% chance that you will be induced. This is because typically as the weeks advance your BP does same regardless of drug use so again you know your levels and the best time to leave Naija... you shall most likely not get to 40 weeks.
- Because of point above, there's a higher chance of CS if your doctor chooses that route or if you or your baby do not respond well to inducing... keep an a open mind. And that being said pls pay for epidural oh... coz most times the tin can take longer than the average.
- All in all you will do just fine! Just take closer care of yourself and environment, watch what you eat and don't be careless with meds or with yourself generally
- And finally pray and trust God who has successfully seen millions of women with the same condition through! You will testify this year IJN, Amen.

Hope this helped... Sorry for any typos... can't go back to edit. Happy Bumping!

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by debby516(f): 6:40pm On Jan 01, 2018
I arrived Houston on 28th December with my 2 children and mum via emirates. The queue was not too long because the CBP officers had more booths, unlike my experience in 2016. So we were directed to a booth with few people. B4 my turn, my baby fell and started crying, thereby causing unnecessary attraction. The older one too was pulling me that she wanted to use the toilet, but we culdnt go bac, just begged her to manage till we pass the CBP officer.

CBP officer was a black mid-age american, looks like Denzel Washington.

hands over 4 passports to him
CBP: How many of you?
Me: 4 of us, myself, 2 children and mum
CBP: What re u here for?
Me: To have my baby.
CBP: (was abit tense now and not smiling, not like he was even smiling b4) what do u mean by u re here to ve a baby?
Me: (now i knew i don enter ma) I applied for a medical visa and informed them at the embassy of my intention to have my baby here.
CBP: I didnot ask you what you told them at the embassy, i said why do you want to ve ur baby here?
Me: I had some medical issues with my 1st child and i didnt want a re-occurrence
CBP: What medical issue?
Me: Placenta previa (Note that i was not prepare for this, so was just saying wat readily came to mind)
CBP: what do u mean by that?
Me: Placenta lying low blabla (honestlym cant even remember if my explanation made sense)
CBP: And it cant be taking care of in ur country?
Me: I had option of coming to America for better medical care and i didnt want to take chances
CBP: Options? really?
Me: Yes
CBP: How much do u ve with u?
Me: 3000USD and about 6000USD in my bank account ( i think he wasnt really listening here, he faced his computer. Also, at some point he was trying to call someone, maybe they didnt pick his call. During the course of d interrogation also, he stood up facing me squarely.)
CBP: Scan ur 4 fingers, same for my mum.
He then said we should step aside.

He was on his computer for about 5 mins and he didnot attend to someone else. Later an officer came to chat him up and he left.

He then called me alone and resumed interrogation.
CBP: Do you have any evidence of your last payment?
Me: brought it out and gave to him.
CBP: How come the letter is dated Janaury and u delivered in November?
Me: I paid immediately after birth but i guess the internal workings of the hosp delayed the bills.
CBP: You only paid $2500 (he was reading the 1st page alone, dat letter issued by oakbend to the embassy- zero balance)
Me: No, i paid much more, thats just wat i paid to the hosp. You can flip thru to see the other payments made to other service providers.
CBP: How much:
Me: About $7000
CBP: (flipped thru and saw the lengthy account statement from oakbend dat shows several deductions and brings everything back to $2500) How come this sums were deducted and u paid $2500?
Me: I had a contract with the hosp, for cash paying patient. I was to pay $2500 for all.
CBP: (Went thru baby's American passport) How come i got baby's passport soo soon?
Me: It was based on the time i got the birth certificate at the county office.
CBP: I need to call my supervisor (he started typing again)

after 2 mins or so, he started stamping the passports.
CBP: Who stays in this address? (referring to the address on my landing card)
Me: An apartment i am leasing for our stay here.
CBP: Do u have an apartment number?
Me: Told him and he wrote it on the landing card.
CBP: Hands over our passports and said we can go but will keep the evidence of payments
Me: Okay

Thats how we carried ourselves quickly and left him o.

Note: I was actually not prepared for this kind of POE interrogations, I worked till friday 22nd, slipped at home and fell in the early hours of 24th, was on admission in d hosp till 25th evening. barely packed my bags on 26th b4 we set out on 27th. The stress of excess luggage, packing and repackaging our load in d airport to avoid excess luggage payment was also another factor, i had to turn some to hand luggae quickly and bought small size ghana must go bag. My baby wanted to be doing waka abt in d plane, really stressed my mum on d lagos to dubai leg, she didnt sleep for one second.

Then the waka about inside Dubai airport cos we had a 10hrs layover, we had collect our hotel vouchers from lagos. we arrived d hotel at abt 1.30am and barely slept for 3 hrs b4 we rushed down again to take our breakfast and was already in the shuttle bus by 6.40am back to d airport for a 9am flight.

Then again, the long flight from Dubai to Houston, plane was as full as lag to Dubai. Though, we had a bassinet seat, so my baby who is over 1 year was able to sleep on and off in d bassinet, though, the hostess initially said she was too hold for d bassinet. We sha used it all thru.

At the baggage claim, i had to get assistance, cos we had 7 checked in bags and 3 hand luggages, paid $20 for them to push it out. Agric called us on our way out and passed our luggage thru the scanner. The officer there asked me if we had, ponmo, egusi, indomie lol. I just smiled, cos i was tired and i had much more than he was mentioning. The only thing taken out was my maggi naija pot seasoming cubes. All others sailed thru, dry fish, garri, beans, poundo, semo, groundnut, knorr beef, peak milk, milo, egusi, crayfish, yam flour (elubo), frozen locust beans, frozen palmoil, frozen pap.

In all, travelling alone is much more comfortable than this my trip with my battalion (lol), didnt regret it sha, they are worth it.

Apologies for the long story. I am available to answer questions if i omitted any info.

P.S. Houston is freezing.

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Mamatukwas: 6:56pm On Jan 01, 2018
dere5:


This is one of the reasons I love this forum, total strangers taking time out to be of help to their fellow man
God bless you madam.

Awww Bless You too Hun!

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Mamatukwas: 6:58pm On Jan 01, 2018
ada88:
Thank you so much for this message. I really really do appreciate this. I will do as advised. I need to stop with the worry. God bless you. I am grateful. Just when I thought I was allowing fear take a better part of me. Thank you so much.

Am so sorry about your friend. May this new year replace those tears with joy becaise God is about to give her double for her pain. Amen.

You are most welcome! Can't wait to read your success story, Bless You!
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by anonymousmum: 7:10pm On Jan 01, 2018
debby516:
I arrived Houston on 28th December ....

In all, travelling alone is much more comfortable than this my trip with my battalion (lol), didnt regret it sha, they are worth it.

Apologies for the long story. I am available to answer questions if i omitted any info.

P.S. Houston is freezing.

Well done mama!

On a general note, when using Emirates with long layovers, I advise that one uses the Dubai International Hotel within the airline and forget about that airline hotel voucher (where you have to leave the airport, clear immigration etc)

The hotel is within the airport so no immigration. Also, because the airline has 3 terminals, the hotel has 3 locations within the airport so there will always be one close to your arrival/departure gate.

Also the hotel concierge will meet you at the door of the plane when you land, collect your bags, assist you to the hotel (airport is large so they take you to the closest hotel location.

In my experience, it all took 10 mins to get to the hotel after landing, also when departing I checked out of the hotel 15 mins before boarding commenced.

Drawback? it costs US$98 per day/24 hours. Well worth it for me coming back with a 2 year old and a newborn

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Lollipop1234: 7:16pm On Jan 01, 2018
[quote author=Mamatukwas post=63789409]

Hi @Ada88 .... Yes iv had PIH with both my pregnancies and have delivered safely but having also cried just this past week because a lady I know with this same PIH/Pre eclampsia had to deliver her child at 27weeks and eventually bury same I can tell you honestly that this is a very personal journey!


Having said that here are my personal tips:
- Make sure you are seeing doctors who know whatssap... As in who know their work. If possible not only gynecologists at this point.
- Follow your doctors instructions carefully. This is not the time to mess with your drugs or with google.
- I'm currently on labetalol And Aldomet because of my range and history... check your bp frequently at home to ensure that only labetalol in the doses you are using is doing the job.
- it's time for some lifestyle changes. Cut of salt and all fast foods, yes all! Not the time for Sfc and co, they have too much salt in their food. Also start taking walks if you haven't been doing so.
- Stop worrying about the BP or about anything for that matter.Trust me the less you worry the lower your BP and vice versa.
- If manages well there's no reason you can't stay in Nigeria till 34/35 weeks... However pls inform your doctor in the US immediately you arriveof your history.
- There's a 95% chance that you will be induced. This is because typically as the weeks advance your BP does same regardless of drug use so again you know your levels and the best time to leave Naija... you shall most likely not get to 40 weeks.
- Because of point above, there's a higher chance of CS if your doctor chooses that route or if you or your baby do not respond well to inducing... keep an a open mind. And that being said pls pay for epidural oh... coz most times the tin can take longer than the average.
- All in all you will do just fine! Just take closer care of yourself and environment, watch what you eat and don't be careless with meds or with yourself generally
- And finally pray and trust God who has successfully seen millions of women with the same condition through! You will testify this year IJN, Amen.

Hope this helped... Sorry for any typos... can't go back to edit. Happy Bumping!
God bless you#

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Mamatukwas: 7:35pm On Jan 01, 2018
[quote author=Lollipop1234 post=63803183][/quote]

Bless you too!
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by OnJosh1: 7:38pm On Jan 01, 2018
debby516:
I arrived Houston on 28th December with my 2 children and mum via emirates.

Then again, the long flight from Dubai to Houston, plane was as full as lag to Dubai. Though, we had a bassinet seat, so my baby who is over 1 year was able to sleep on and off in d bassinet, though, the hostess initially said she was too hold for d bassinet. We sha used it all thru.

At the baggage claim, i had to get assistance, cos we
In all, travelling alone is much more comfortable than this my trip with my battalion (lol), didnt regret it sha, they are worth it.

Apologies for the long story. I am available to answer questions if i omitted any info.

P.S. Houston is freezing.

Thank GOD for you Momma and yes Houston is freezing!! GOD help us. Is this flu shot compulsory biko? I can't accommodate being sick this weather and my big belle and I'm worried if it's anything like taking some antimalarial medication in Naija that draws out the malaria instead of surpresssing it.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Senatornuella: 10:19pm On Jan 01, 2018
Thank you. I see you you advised we pay in $100 bills only. Will they be giving us $10 change or what?

uote author=borryworld post=63775088] You will pay with a Dollar card or pay $190 in cash. Apply as soon as you have your LO passport. Approval takes like 2 working days. [/quote]
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Terminalia: 10:22am On Jan 02, 2018
yes, they do give change. They dont accept any card issued in naija, even if its a dom acct. so cash payment is the best option.

Senatornuella:
Thank you. I see you you advised we pay in $100 bills only. Will they be giving us $10 change or what?

uote author=borryworld post=63775088] You will pay with a Dollar card or pay $190 in cash. Apply as soon as you have your LO passport. Approval takes like 2 working days.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by kafcakes: 11:04am On Jan 02, 2018
Hi dear, I changed my mind because im landing in JFK,and travelling to Houston will be a lot of work, since I didn't book directly to Houston, I also got an affordable package in new jersey, but I'm now looking for a decent accommodation not too far from the hospital
Zeemin3:


Please why have you changed your mind? Why jersey over Houston?
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by ozycy: 12:19pm On Jan 02, 2018
Bisoye76:
Happy new year in advance everyone.pls just a quick one.
I got my visa with dr corresondence from Houston now a thinking of travel to chicago cuz of one reason or the other.
Can i fly to chicago frm Niger or arrive houston and stay for few days before going to chicago cuz of POE palava.
Cus i believe my transcripts will read Houston or am i wrong?
Pls enlighten....
From people's experience here, Chicago is a tough POE even when everything about a person is clear. Showing up at their POE with a different story is risky. Just fly to Houston and proceed from there.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Lanifat84: 12:22pm On Jan 02, 2018
ogemele:
Just landed jfk via qatar airways. Coming back to give my Poe story.
All the best dear smiley
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Chibabe4Christ: 12:29pm On Jan 02, 2018
BIG THANK @ JUSTWISE. YOUR WAY OF ANSWERING QUESTIONS ARE SO AMAZING. I WISH I KNOW YOU IN PERSON SO THAT I CAN APPRECIATE YOUR KIND GESTURE. YOU REALLY CONTRIBUTED SO MUCH FOR MY UK APPLICATION AND IS WAS GRANTED. MAY GOD REWARD YOU ABUNDANTLY.
PLEASE I WILL ALSO BE NEEDING YOUR SUPPORT FOR THIS US APPLICATION TOGETHER WITH LADY G AND OTHER GURUS IN THE HOUSE.


justwise:


1. Your chances are as good as your preparation for the trip and the interview, just as you prepare for giving birth in US by contacting a Dr and to get the cost breakdown, make accommodation arrangement and show evidence of case available for the treatment

2. Do a good search for hospitals in US for such medical treatment then visit the website to get the cost and other requirements. Just type: Gynecological treatment usa.. you have see a lot of hospitals to start your search with.

3. That doesn't really matter much.


Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by MaziIcar: 12:32pm On Jan 02, 2018
Hello everyone,
Please I'm new here, though i have followed this thread for some time now. My wife is pregnant and its our first child. I have done quite a bit of research about having a baby in the US, of which this thread has been of some help. I do have a number of relatives in the States but my preferred city of choice is Raleigh, NC. However, i seem to be having some problem finding hospitals within that area. I have only seen three hospitals and they all seem to be very big and expensive hospitals; Duke university Hospital, Wakemed and UNC Rex. Please before i give up i don't know if anyone has any information that might help me with regards to finding a cheaper hospital or even getting a cheaper service at the aforementioned hospitals. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Chibabe4Christ: 12:42pm On Jan 02, 2018
THANKS SO MUCH ONCE AGAIN. PLEASE CAN YOU HELP ME WITH THESE VITAL INFO
Am actually going for medical with my husband for gynea case but am having problem with the link provided in this great forum to have access to list of medical doctors and state to visit.1)PLEASE CAN YOU HELP ME WITH THE LINK? so that I can contact the DOC and get neccessary info and documents from him before applying
I have a good job and properties which can serve as a strong tie.
2) I will also need a link for the form to apply for.
3) Hope it will also be a plus and wise if a get a referral letter from a gynea in naija.

PLEASE ADVICE
justwise:


1. Your chances are as good as your preparation for the trip and the interview, just as you prepare for giving birth in US by contacting a Dr and to get the cost breakdown, make accommodation arrangement and show evidence of case available for the treatment

2. Do a good search for hospitals in US for such medical treatment then visit the website to get the cost and other requirements. Just type: Gynecological treatment usa.. you have see a lot of hospitals to start your search with.

3. That doesn't really matter much.


Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Bolistic22: 2:10pm On Jan 02, 2018
ozymes:
Check your box
ozymes:
Check your box

Can you PLEASE pchat me the hospital you used in El Paso and cost breakdown. I am billed to travel to El Paso in Feb. Thanks for sharing
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by ozymes(m): 2:50pm On Jan 02, 2018
Amen
Mamatukwas:
Happy New Year Everyone!!! 2018 will be great for us in Jesus Name, Amen!
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by ozymes(m): 2:51pm On Jan 02, 2018
ozymes@yahoo.co.uk
Bolistic22:


Can you PLEASE pchat me the hospital you used in El Paso and cost breakdown. I am billed to travel to El Paso in Feb. Thanks for sharing
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by stellz(f): 3:23pm On Jan 02, 2018
Happy new year everyone...El Paso mums travelling in February,let's know ourselves oo.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Bolistic22: 3:58pm On Jan 02, 2018
stellz:
Happy new year everyone...El Paso mums travelling in February,let's know ourselves oo.

I am o. Let's pchat. smiley
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Jephehe: 4:03pm On Jan 02, 2018
Hello NL,

I wish to have my baby In California US.

Pls I need recommendation of good and affordable hospitals that I use.

Can anyone share her experience so that I can learn from it.

Jepheke@yahoo.com

Looking forward for your positive reply.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 6 by Vlesparza: 4:09pm On Jan 02, 2018
Chibabe4Christ:
THANKS SO MUCH ONCE AGAIN. PLEASE CAN YOU HELP ME WITH THESE VITAL INFO
Am actually going for medical with my husband for gynea case but am having problem with the link provided in this great forum to have access to list of medical doctors and state to visit.1)PLEASE CAN YOU HELP ME WITH THE LINK? so that I can contact the DOC and get neccessary info and documents from him before applying
I have a good job and properties which can serve as a strong tie.
2) I will also need a link for the form to apply for.
3) Hope it will also be a plus and wise if a get a referral letter from a gynea in naija.

PLEASE ADVICE

www.doctoresparati.com The ad is on this forum, you can follow the link.

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