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Thread: Need help for my pregnancy

  1. #1
    Guest
    Hi, actually it is not legal problem but I really need some solutions, please give me some advices. I am F-1 student who living in NJ. I think I am pregnant now. My insurance dosen't cover for pregnancy. My husband is also student(F-1). I heard it is difficult to take MEDICAID for alien. I just want to know that there is any alternative suppert for alien.
    Please help me.

  2. #2
    Guest
    Hi, actually it is not legal problem but I really need some solutions, please give me some advices. I am F-1 student who living in NJ. I think I am pregnant now. My insurance dosen't cover for pregnancy. My husband is also student(F-1). I heard it is difficult to take MEDICAID for alien. I just want to know that there is any alternative suppert for alien.
    Please help me.

  3. #3
    Guest
    I think there's a law that was signed by Pres. Bush re- pregnant women and children. If you have time call your local Human Services and they will direct you to an agency that takes care of this. Your child is going to be an American citizen, this country is very generous to children's welfare. They will take care of you too.Goodluck and congratulations.Don't worry too much!

  4. #4
    Guest
    Neither of you can derive legal status from your your eventual baby being an American Citizen by virtue of being born in the U.S.

  5. #5
    Guest
    Emergency & Pregnancy medical is available to all regardless of immigration status,that's here in CA.

  6. #6
    Guest
    Mam, look for healthy family's phone number...
    they take care of pregnant moms and yr babyeven after he is born. you will have to pay like $5 a month and it's even better than medicare.
    good luck...

  7. #7
    Guest
    have u ever heard for CONDOM?
    or u just want your son to be US citizen?

  8. #8
    Guest
    Yes, many of these stupid foreigners come from third world countries where they think they have to put condoms on their heads or arms pulling it up to elbow lenght. They can't even imagine that condoms go on the *****. I can even bet what continent you two come from.
    Advice: drop your baby somewhere else babe...

  9. #9
    Guest
    I think that law is called Title 19.
    Go to the department of health or anyplace that has planned parenthood, they can help you find a doctor and things like that.

  10. #10
    Guest
    The best thing for these two students and our great country of America would be for them to go back home and the woman to have her baby in her own country. Student visas don't give anyone eligibility to stay in America.

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