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This is an update from a previous post I made. My fiancee had her interview scheduled for 3/27/13. But on her medical appointment on 3/25/13 she walked out and refused to take a chest xray because she was pregnant. We had a long talk about this and finally she agreed to go for another medical exam the day before her interview. At the interview, she was the first one there, at 4:00am in fact.....that really touched me!!! Well during her interview she said the end result is that she is being denied until she return these needed items 1) complete medical papers AND 2) a Police Report from Sweden (she lived there for 2 yrs previously).

She went back to the hospital and got the complete papers (although I'm unsure why it wasn't complete in the first place). She even heard the Dr. say "what more do they want? I sent everything". Anyways so she got a sealed envelope to send back to the emabssy. The Police Report arrives 3 weeks later and per the instructions these were sent, along with her original passort via certified mail last week.

My main concerns and I don't know what to do?

#i) My NOA2 (I-797) was approved back in December 2012 but has expired about 2 weeks ago. Do I need to notify just the embassy in Bangkok for an extension?

#2) I find it odd that the pregnancy was not even talked about during the interview. Maybe thats why here medical papers were not complete. But she states that these new papers will reveal that she is pregnant. I was last there in mid November of 2012 so that would make her about 5 and half months pregnant. Is this even right? I mean taking the date we last had intercourse up until today = # of months or weeks pregnant? Many people say she should be able to know if baby is a boy or girl but she still does not know. She doesn't even know due date? So how am i to know? When i pressure her to go to a hospital (and not a shaman) she insists it's too early, that this is Thailand, not the USA. But I hear hospitals in Thailand are far better and just as advanced if not more than US. I know they will noit let a pregnant woman fly at the last few months of pregnancy and it looks like that time is about to coincide with her visa. I never been a father so I don't know anything about the pregnancy cycle. Does anyone know what will happen? Will she get approved? Will she be advised to have baby in US or in Thailand? Will it not be mentioned at all? Whats it cost to have a baby in US without any insurance? Whats it cost in Thailand? So confused about everything now. Either way I'm looking at major responsibilities which I will do my best no matter what. I'd appreciate any suggestions.


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There is either a lot of bad info here or something else is going on.

The embassy will extend the NOA 2 as needed.

If I were you I would demand proof she is pregnant. It isn't too early to find out. If she is pregnant what difference would the gender make anyway? If you know how babies are made you should know about the process of being pregnant because you are certainly part of it.

In a previous post you said she was on birth control pills. Does this mean she became pregnant while taking those? Did she tell you she wasn't taking them?

If you don't get this done quickly you may be put in a difficult situation. She could have hand carried the completed medical and police report into the embassy which would allow them to grant the visa within a few days.

You should contact the embassy now to request a follow up interview. If she is granted a visa she could be on a plane that night. Have her prepare for that event.

She can buy a pin number at the Thai post office that will allow her to call directly into the embassy visa section. She should do this today so she can ask if they have the new info and when they will have her come in again. Do not sit and wait for them to do it all. They are very busy and I know they have set all interviews for May. She can still get in for what she needs I think.

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