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Hi everybody,

i would like to ask a suggestion, I have a five years B1/B2 visa for 3 years I used to come back and forth but last year i was pregnant and accidentally i gave birth in the US of two kids, they are actually US citizen. but i am in my home country now, come to the US every 2 months for medical check up with my kids, they are one years old now, my concern is I am traveling too much sometimes its an obligation since i dont want to live here Illegal I would like to ask is there any way i can adjust my status or apply for a green card just to take care od my kids?

thanks in advance for advices,

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Filed: Country: Monaco
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Jalisha, you won't be able to AOS based on your kids until they reach the age of 21 and are full time US residents. For the time being there is nothing they can do for you.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Wales
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Sounds like money is not an issue as you can afford the air fare and medical costs.

Usual routes are family, work or investment. As has been mentioned children do not count until 21.


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In this case you will have to rely on the health care back home.

Is the father of your children a US citizen and are you married?

thnx guys, Boiler for the past month money was not issues but in the future i wont be able to afford it. thats why i am planing what should be done as i cant definitely stay in the US to work legally.


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Filed: Other Country: Canada
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A few questions:

1. Where is your home country (curious how far you're travelling)

2. Your husband is a b1/b2 as well so why on earth are you bringing your children to the USA for medical care?

3. Are your children with you and your husband?

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Wales
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The OP has not mentioned any basis for immigrating to the US and has ruled out many of the normal options. Seems odd to come to the US for medical care. I have come across many people from the US who go elsewhere because of the cost.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Jordan
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ummmmmmmmmmm...why would you fly to the US just for doctor appointments for your kids? No doctors in your home country? And how does one "accidentally" give birth? There is no way for you to adjust status, end of story.



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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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Sorry, but there appear to be no options for you. Is adequate medical care available for you in your home country? Are you ensuring that all medical bills are being paid?

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: Spain
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Hi!

If you and your husband are from Dominican republic and just have tourist visas, if your kinds are..accidentally born in the US it has nothing to do with you on getting a green card. If not lots of pregnant people would come here to give birth their kids and stay.

Have you been working illegally in the states with a tourist visa and when got pregnant thought having the kids here would adjust your status???

Where do you stay everytime you come do you have any kind of direct family here??? Brother, sister....parents...??? Maybe there is a different way to adjust......

Medical in the US is very expensive that's why we are kind of confuse about the situation and what your plan is or what happened and what's the reason you keep coming to the doctors here

. Maybe if you explained more we could understand better it seems odd so far

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ireland
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Op, it does not lok like there is a visa for you, but can you tell us more about your situation?

It sounds like your twins were born in the US unplanned, maybe because they were early? And so they had to stay in the NICU in the USA but you went home and visit them regularly, is that the case? What is their prognosis?


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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ummmmmmmmmmm...why would you fly to the US just for doctor appointments for your kids? No doctors in your home country? And how does one "accidentally" give birth? There is no way for you to adjust status, end of story.

My mother "accidentally" gave birth to me in Europe when she was living there and wanted to return to the US to give birth. I came early. It happens. If there is a specialize treatment in the US that may not be offered in a smaller country like the DR, why should she not return to the US for specialize medical care?

To the OP, I would suggest you try to find a legal means of working in the US. If you were able to get B2 visa, I'm assuming you were established enough in the DR to have a decent job that would allow you to transfer to the US or apply for work in the US. Perhaps that or immediate family you may already have in the US would be your best means of establishing residency in the US.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Iran
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I am guessing your children, as USC, have free insurance in the US and that is why you bring them here for medical care.

There is not path for you to obtain a green card through your children until they turn 21. If you have other family here there may be a way to obtain a green card. Other options are a student visa, investors visa, or a work visa. You can always apply for the diversity lottery.

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