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According to the Monroe County i can formally in writing request to get married within the facility. Which will be mailed today...I am asking PLEASE someone pray for us. Also met with lawyer, and he states that the I-212 will come much later in the process. That once we are married that i am to file the I-130. My question to everyone is will i make matters worse if when this child is ready to be born, can i go to him in Belgium so he can be a part of Her/His life? Can i have my baby with him in Belgium? I want for him to see his child born... BUT what will that do when it comes to the baby? Will i have to fight for both to come home? Just a thought.. He should hold his child, kiss her, smell her... Thoughts?


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01/24/2013 NOA1
01/24/2013 I-130 NOA1 hardcopy received
02/25/2013 Case Transferred / received to Local office

03/25/2013 Case touched

07/11/2013 - News from Senator - interview possible - 7 months

08/09/2013 Correspondence - Interview set for sponsor
08/20/2013 Interview - 215 DAYS
08/20/2013 APPROVED!!!! - 215 DAYS
08/26/2013 NOA2 hard copy received

NVC
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09/18/2013 Case# received, IIN received - sent to attorney
09/18/2013 I-864 AOS review fee ($88) online payment
09/23/2013 I-864 AOS status 'PAID',

xx/xx/20xx AOS package mailed out
09/18/2013 DS-260 IV fee ($230) online payment
09/23/2013 DS-260 IV status 'PAID', I

xx/xx/2013 IV package mailed out


XX/XX/201X NVC completion
Consulate - received xx/xx/201x -Hoping soon
XX/XX/201X Medical
XX/XX/201X Interview - CROSSING FINGERS

xx/xx/20xx I601/I212 - Approved
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My thoughts on this is no it will not be any issue having your baby in Belgium. Here read this:

http://travel.state.gov/law/info/info_609.html

If I was in your situation I would not think twice... I would travel and stay with my Husband, and I would not come back until my Husband could come with me.


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Assuming you meet the residency requirements, your child will be a US citizen as well. You will file a CBRBA if you have the child in Belgium so the child can receive a US passport.

As for having the child in Belgium, I guess that is really up to Belgian immigration laws. Will they allow a pregnant woman into their country? What about insurance, how will you pay to have the child in Belgium?

And yes, the I-212 will come at the interview stage.

Good luck


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Assuming you meet the residency requirements, your child will be a US citizen as well. You will file a CBRBA if you have the child in Belgium so the child can receive a US passport.

As for having the child in Belgium, I guess that is really up to Belgian immigration laws. Will they allow a pregnant woman into their country? What about insurance, how will you pay to have the child in Belgium?

And yes, the I-212 will come at the interview stage.

Good luck

I am a USC... love it most days.. Until i met this Belgium guy.. LOL. I just didn't want to have to leave them both behind. I have insurance... I assume that my insurance will cover some of the expense. It's possible that they wont let me in the country cause im Pregnant? Really?


United_States.gifOur journeyBelgium.gif
07/01/2010 going to be parents
07/22/2010 ***MARRIED*** touched - sigh-
08/30/2010 deport
08/31/2010 Back in his country

03/08/2011 BABY GIRL !! 7 LBS 7 OZS ****NOW 2 1/2 YEARS OLD

Benefits office - IR-1

01/11/2013 I130 sent ***Starting over****
01/17/2013 I130 (priority date)
01/24/2013 NOA1
01/24/2013 I-130 NOA1 hardcopy received
02/25/2013 Case Transferred / received to Local office

03/25/2013 Case touched

07/11/2013 - News from Senator - interview possible - 7 months

08/09/2013 Correspondence - Interview set for sponsor
08/20/2013 Interview - 215 DAYS
08/20/2013 APPROVED!!!! - 215 DAYS
08/26/2013 NOA2 hard copy received

NVC
09/06/2013 NVC received the case

09/18/2013 Case# received, IIN received - sent to attorney
09/18/2013 I-864 AOS review fee ($88) online payment
09/23/2013 I-864 AOS status 'PAID',

xx/xx/20xx AOS package mailed out
09/18/2013 DS-260 IV fee ($230) online payment
09/23/2013 DS-260 IV status 'PAID', I

xx/xx/2013 IV package mailed out


XX/XX/201X NVC completion
Consulate - received xx/xx/201x -Hoping soon
XX/XX/201X Medical
XX/XX/201X Interview - CROSSING FINGERS

xx/xx/20xx I601/I212 - Approved
xx/xx/20xx Coming HOME!!

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I am a USC... love it most days.. Until i met this Belgium guy.. LOL. I just didn't want to have to leave them both behind. I have insurance... I assume that my insurance will cover some of the expense. It's possible that they wont let me in the country cause im Pregnant? Really?

Your US health insurance is not going to cover the birth of a child abroad. Think about it. There are no "in network providers" in other countries.

As for having the baby in Belgium, that depends on a number of things. Would you be able, as a foreigner, to have your baby there under their health care scheme?

Here's the bottom line - you and Erwin need to decide where you want to live. Then take it from there. If you want to live in the US, you stay here and have the baby while his visa and any waiver process. If you want to live in Belgium, start researching their immigration system and requirements.


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Your US health insurance is not going to cover the birth of a child abroad. Think about it. There are no "in network providers" in other countries.

As for having the baby in Belgium, that depends on a number of things. Would you be able, as a foreigner, to have your baby there under their health care scheme?

Here's the bottom line - you and Erwin need to decide where you want to live. Then take it from there. If you want to live in the US, you stay here and have the baby while his visa and any waiver process. If you want to live in Belgium, start researching their immigration system and requirements.

No .. LOL. There might not be any "in -Network providers" But if I were hurt in another country you would think that I would have some sort of Benefits. Any ways... Of Course I love my country sometimes. I want to be here. I also want to share the experience with Erwin and this child as well. It was just a thought.. who knows by then if i can afford it. Due to this country milking me dry over loving this guy.. much lets say, the fact that i am having a child with him. I am sure that would end me up in a card board box. LOL.


United_States.gifOur journeyBelgium.gif
07/01/2010 going to be parents
07/22/2010 ***MARRIED*** touched - sigh-
08/30/2010 deport
08/31/2010 Back in his country

03/08/2011 BABY GIRL !! 7 LBS 7 OZS ****NOW 2 1/2 YEARS OLD

Benefits office - IR-1

01/11/2013 I130 sent ***Starting over****
01/17/2013 I130 (priority date)
01/24/2013 NOA1
01/24/2013 I-130 NOA1 hardcopy received
02/25/2013 Case Transferred / received to Local office

03/25/2013 Case touched

07/11/2013 - News from Senator - interview possible - 7 months

08/09/2013 Correspondence - Interview set for sponsor
08/20/2013 Interview - 215 DAYS
08/20/2013 APPROVED!!!! - 215 DAYS
08/26/2013 NOA2 hard copy received

NVC
09/06/2013 NVC received the case

09/18/2013 Case# received, IIN received - sent to attorney
09/18/2013 I-864 AOS review fee ($88) online payment
09/23/2013 I-864 AOS status 'PAID',

xx/xx/20xx AOS package mailed out
09/18/2013 DS-260 IV fee ($230) online payment
09/23/2013 DS-260 IV status 'PAID', I

xx/xx/2013 IV package mailed out


XX/XX/201X NVC completion
Consulate - received xx/xx/201x -Hoping soon
XX/XX/201X Medical
XX/XX/201X Interview - CROSSING FINGERS

xx/xx/20xx I601/I212 - Approved
xx/xx/20xx Coming HOME!!

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No .. LOL. There might not be any "in -Network providers" But if I were hurt in another country you would think that I would have some sort of Benefits. Any ways... Of Course I love my country sometimes. I want to be here. I also want to share the experience with Erwin and this child as well. It was just a thought.. who knows by then if i can afford it. Due to this country milking me dry over loving this guy.. much lets say, the fact that i am having a child with him. I am sure that would end me up in a card board box. LOL.

Hey, some insurance policies do cover things abroad. You need to call them and find out what your coverage is, if you're considering this.


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If Nina goes to Belgium to be with Erwin and have the baby abroad, is she going to be able to keep her US job?

If she can't, will she still have this health insurance?


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If Nina goes to Belgium to be with Erwin and have the baby abroad, is she going to be able to keep her US job?

If she can't, will she still have this health insurance?

I would be able to keep my job... I would just complete my Maternity Leave there and come home. That is obviously 9 months from now... ( god willing) and so if i can visit before then, if we can't get married before he goes.. then the I130 hopefully will be filed and we will be in our lovely hurry to waiting period of that process. So at least by then we could be on to the interviews... speaking of that what about CR-1?


United_States.gifOur journeyBelgium.gif
07/01/2010 going to be parents
07/22/2010 ***MARRIED*** touched - sigh-
08/30/2010 deport
08/31/2010 Back in his country

03/08/2011 BABY GIRL !! 7 LBS 7 OZS ****NOW 2 1/2 YEARS OLD

Benefits office - IR-1

01/11/2013 I130 sent ***Starting over****
01/17/2013 I130 (priority date)
01/24/2013 NOA1
01/24/2013 I-130 NOA1 hardcopy received
02/25/2013 Case Transferred / received to Local office

03/25/2013 Case touched

07/11/2013 - News from Senator - interview possible - 7 months

08/09/2013 Correspondence - Interview set for sponsor
08/20/2013 Interview - 215 DAYS
08/20/2013 APPROVED!!!! - 215 DAYS
08/26/2013 NOA2 hard copy received

NVC
09/06/2013 NVC received the case

09/18/2013 Case# received, IIN received - sent to attorney
09/18/2013 I-864 AOS review fee ($88) online payment
09/23/2013 I-864 AOS status 'PAID',

xx/xx/20xx AOS package mailed out
09/18/2013 DS-260 IV fee ($230) online payment
09/23/2013 DS-260 IV status 'PAID', I

xx/xx/2013 IV package mailed out


XX/XX/201X NVC completion
Consulate - received xx/xx/201x -Hoping soon
XX/XX/201X Medical
XX/XX/201X Interview - CROSSING FINGERS

xx/xx/20xx I601/I212 - Approved
xx/xx/20xx Coming HOME!!

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I would be able to keep my job... I would just complete my Maternity Leave there and come home. That is obviously 9 months from now... ( god willing) and so if i can visit before then, if we can't get married before he goes.. then the I130 hopefully will be filed and we will be in our lovely hurry to waiting period of that process. So at least by then we could be on to the interviews... speaking of that what about CR-1?

You would be about how far along in your pregnancy when you plan to fly over there?

Airlines have restrictions regarding transporting women in late stages of pregnancy.

What about CR-1? It's a perfectly good visa, if that's what you are wondering.


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You would be about how far along in your pregnancy when you plan to fly over there?

Airlines have restrictions regarding transporting women in late stages of pregnancy.

What about CR-1? It's a perfectly good visa, if that's what you are wondering.

Delta:

"Pregnant Travelers

We don't have restrictions for pregnant women, so you don't need a medical certificate to travel.

However, keep in mind that ticket change fees and penalties aren't waived for pregnancy. If you're traveling after your eighth month, it's a good idea to check with your doctor to be sure it will be ok."

So they better not give me any #######!!! LOL I am a beautiful chunky airline passenger.. LMAO

Can i file the CR-1 while i am over there?


United_States.gifOur journeyBelgium.gif
07/01/2010 going to be parents
07/22/2010 ***MARRIED*** touched - sigh-
08/30/2010 deport
08/31/2010 Back in his country

03/08/2011 BABY GIRL !! 7 LBS 7 OZS ****NOW 2 1/2 YEARS OLD

Benefits office - IR-1

01/11/2013 I130 sent ***Starting over****
01/17/2013 I130 (priority date)
01/24/2013 NOA1
01/24/2013 I-130 NOA1 hardcopy received
02/25/2013 Case Transferred / received to Local office

03/25/2013 Case touched

07/11/2013 - News from Senator - interview possible - 7 months

08/09/2013 Correspondence - Interview set for sponsor
08/20/2013 Interview - 215 DAYS
08/20/2013 APPROVED!!!! - 215 DAYS
08/26/2013 NOA2 hard copy received

NVC
09/06/2013 NVC received the case

09/18/2013 Case# received, IIN received - sent to attorney
09/18/2013 I-864 AOS review fee ($88) online payment
09/23/2013 I-864 AOS status 'PAID',

xx/xx/20xx AOS package mailed out
09/18/2013 DS-260 IV fee ($230) online payment
09/23/2013 DS-260 IV status 'PAID', I

xx/xx/2013 IV package mailed out


XX/XX/201X NVC completion
Consulate - received xx/xx/201x -Hoping soon
XX/XX/201X Medical
XX/XX/201X Interview - CROSSING FINGERS

xx/xx/20xx I601/I212 - Approved
xx/xx/20xx Coming HOME!!

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Delta:

"Pregnant Travelers

We don't have restrictions for pregnant women, so you don't need a medical certificate to travel.

However, keep in mind that ticket change fees and penalties aren't waived for pregnancy. If you're traveling after your eighth month, it's a good idea to check with your doctor to be sure it will be ok."

So they better not give me any #######!!! LOL I am a beautiful chunky airline passenger.. LMAO

Can i file the CR-1 while i am over there?

Why would you wait? You can file it as soon as you marry.


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I will see you one day again, my love.

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I know you want Erwin to be there for the birth but it's a lot of added expenses to come and have the baby in Belgium.

And traveling back with a very small infant is not easy.

As far as immigration in the US is concerned, does your income meet the requirements for the affidavit of support?

I know you're going through a lot at the moment but you should try and look if you have everything covered :)


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I know you want Erwin to be there for the birth but it's a lot of added expenses to come and have the baby in Belgium.

And traveling back with a very small infant is not easy.

As far as immigration in the US is concerned, does your income meet the requirements for the affidavit of support?

I know you're going through a lot at the moment but you should try and look if you have everything covered :)

I am trying to research everyday. I haven't looked at the support level yet... truthfully.. don't know yet where to look. It is alot to take in at once, it comes at me in waves. There is so much!! There is alot behind this story that hasn't been mentioned. For instance... My oldest (cause i was to young) has his graduation party tomorrow. So i have been trying had to focus on everything. I have an 8 yr old that is my little guy...We all miss Erwin... He has been apart of our lives now for a year. It's like we had a taste of a family.... then just gone. Like something is missing now. Erwin was wonderful to be around... of course not all the time. We all have our moods. So i try to focus on one thing at a time, Kids first, then work, then this situation. I have to keep my job... without it none of this is possible. Erwin cooked, cleaned, we played games, laughed ... complained about my barking dog.. you know life. I wrote the letter to the Director of Immigration Customs Enforcement today.. I hope she shows some mercy.. We are Still all people.. He is not just a number / criminal ...maybe i can plead to that. Yes traveling would be hard with an infant... that to shall pass. Thank you for your reality check for me. If you have time.. or know where i can look for the support info that would be very helpful. I didn't know i just assumed that i make enough. Please keep in touch.. i need all the help i can get right now. I am sure it will get somewhat easier. ( fingers crossed) :help:


United_States.gifOur journeyBelgium.gif
07/01/2010 going to be parents
07/22/2010 ***MARRIED*** touched - sigh-
08/30/2010 deport
08/31/2010 Back in his country

03/08/2011 BABY GIRL !! 7 LBS 7 OZS ****NOW 2 1/2 YEARS OLD

Benefits office - IR-1

01/11/2013 I130 sent ***Starting over****
01/17/2013 I130 (priority date)
01/24/2013 NOA1
01/24/2013 I-130 NOA1 hardcopy received
02/25/2013 Case Transferred / received to Local office

03/25/2013 Case touched

07/11/2013 - News from Senator - interview possible - 7 months

08/09/2013 Correspondence - Interview set for sponsor
08/20/2013 Interview - 215 DAYS
08/20/2013 APPROVED!!!! - 215 DAYS
08/26/2013 NOA2 hard copy received

NVC
09/06/2013 NVC received the case

09/18/2013 Case# received, IIN received - sent to attorney
09/18/2013 I-864 AOS review fee ($88) online payment
09/23/2013 I-864 AOS status 'PAID',

xx/xx/20xx AOS package mailed out
09/18/2013 DS-260 IV fee ($230) online payment
09/23/2013 DS-260 IV status 'PAID', I

xx/xx/2013 IV package mailed out


XX/XX/201X NVC completion
Consulate - received xx/xx/201x -Hoping soon
XX/XX/201X Medical
XX/XX/201X Interview - CROSSING FINGERS

xx/xx/20xx I601/I212 - Approved
xx/xx/20xx Coming HOME!!

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I understand how you feel :)

So if I understand correctly you have 2 kids and expect a third, correct?

That would make your household including you and Erwin : 5 persons.

For the affidavit of support your income has to be 125% of the poverty guidlines, so according to this site http://liheap.ncat.org/profiles/povertytables/FY2010/popstate.htm you need to make at least 32,238 $ a year and prove it.

I hope you'll hear good news soon :)

You might want to check the guides in the guides section, they are a great help to come to terms with all that is needed :)


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I-751 receipt date : 04/03/2012

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