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That should be fine since they do accpet payment plans, I would just stay way from the gov. asst. part. When you fill out your paper work at P.P. make sure you tell them that you don't want to be assisted by the government.

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thats what i was wondering, since im not working yet i only have half of the cash to pay them which they said would be okay, but i'm just not sure if I'll get in major trouble for it

Have you checked to make sure what your husbands insurance covers? Are you covered by his insurance? Can you borrow the money from someone?

I wouldn't accept anything until you know for sure it's ok. Hopefully someone here can give you some specific help!

Good luck!


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Not sure if I even understand Planned Parenthood, wife use to deal with them a lot when she was working for patient assistance at our hospital/clinic. They have services practically identical to the hospital/clinic like prescribing birth control pills or doing breast cancer screenings.

Only difference I noted, can be wrong on this, is that our hospital/clinic will not do abortions, PPH does. But the republicans are saying the democrats are paying for these abortions with federal money and the democrats are claiming, they are not. Patient has to pay for those.

In regards to aid, hospital/clinic will charge a needing patient on ability to pay, just like PPH, so outside of abortions, I don't get it. I don't get a lot of things the government does.

If say, going in for a breast cancer screening, both have the same fees, if you go in penniless, can get this service for free at either place, if you own a home, they will take that away from you to pay the bill. So I wonder at times why we are working our cans off.

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Are you concerned about which services you might use (none of their damn business) they can't take your GC back because you had an abortion or got BC or is it more of an issue that you accepted services which might be gov't funded?

I think Planned Parenthood is very confidential, although I don't know for sure. Think of it this way, if you needed a mammogram and you went there because it was free or subsidized, USCIS is not going to fault you for getting a mammogram to save your health.

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Are you concerned about which services you might use (none of their damn business) they can't take your GC back because you had an abortion or got BC or is it more of an issue that you accepted services which might be gov't funded?

I think Planned Parenthood is very confidential, although I don't know for sure. Think of it this way, if you needed a mammogram and you went there because it was free or subsidized, USCIS is not going to fault you for getting a mammogram to save your health.

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PP is extremely confidential, same as your local doctor. They give you a lot of disclosure/confidentiality paperwork along with the rest; read it carefully, and you will see they are not going to toss you out any more than your physician or a treating surgeon at the hospital will decide to share the information about a private issue with all and sundry.

If you are concerned about government-funded services, tell that to the PP people. They will be able to help you to choose the right payment option, and there is always the possibility of alternative arrangements like later payment. They are experienced in most areas in dealing with all the ins and outs of a given state, and you will not be the first immigrant without a job to come to them. :)


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