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Hello,

 

I recently received my parents interview dates. Immediately scheduled their medical required by the embassy. I am little worried about them as they are old. Anyone knows what sort of questions will be asked from them during the interview? any insight will be appreciated.

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42 minutes ago, saiibi said:

Hello,

 

I recently received my parents interview dates. Immediately scheduled their medical required by the embassy. I am little worried about them as they are old. Anyone knows what sort of questions will be asked from them during the interview? any insight will be appreciated.

There is nothing to worried about it interview will be between your parents  and officers  , if you file application for your parents they will ask about you jobs . where u living , how many room . etc .

Your parents must to show them current address passport and birthday certificate etc , 

 

One problem can be if your parents are sick and they need medical insurance in US , They cant get befits from government ,    

 

good luck   

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1 minute ago, bestluck said:

There is nothing to worried about it interview will be between your parents  and officers  , if you file application for your parents they will ask about you jobs . where u living , how many room . etc .

Your parents must to show them current address passport and birthday certificate etc , 

 

One problem can be if your parents are sick and they need medical insurance in US , They cant get befits from government ,    

 

good luck   

NO THANK GOD NO ONE IS SICK BUT WHEN THEY LAND AND HAVE THERE GREEN CARDS CAN I STILL GET THEIR MEDICAL INSURANCE FOR REGULAR CHECK UPS AND MEDICAL ATTENTION IF THEY NEED ANY GOD FORBID

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3 minutes ago, saiibi said:

NO THANK GOD NO ONE IS SICK BUT WHEN THEY LAND AND HAVE THERE GREEN CARDS CAN I STILL GET THEIR MEDICAL INSURANCE FOR REGULAR CHECK UPS AND MEDICAL ATTENTION IF THEY NEED ANY GOD FORBID

Good luck and you know the address , so send your application as soon as possible tho PIA Speed X , Office , them Attach your Received tho Email for Embassy , Good luck .

 

Make sure all original form  send tho mail service no copy accept , make copy for your record in case .

 

Still got question ? feel free to message 

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3 minutes ago, bestluck said:

Good luck and you know the address , so send your application as soon as possible tho PIA Speed X , Office , them Attach your Received tho Email for Embassy , Good luck .

 

Make sure all original form  send tho mail service no copy accept , make copy for your record in case .

 

Still got question ? feel free to message 

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3 hours ago, saiibi said:

NO THANK GOD NO ONE IS SICK BUT WHEN THEY LAND AND HAVE THERE GREEN CARDS CAN I STILL GET THEIR MEDICAL INSURANCE FOR REGULAR CHECK UPS AND MEDICAL ATTENTION IF THEY NEED ANY GOD FORBID

Of course you can buy insurance for them. You might want to investigate this in advance as it tends to be quite expensive for elderly people.

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There have been posts of the cost of expensive health care for the elderly coming up of late at IR5 adjudications. Higher scrutiny of the potential of new immigrants becoming a public charge. 


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Well the one thing about getting old is that you will at some point need medical treatment, the cost of cover can come as a shock to many bringing their Parents to the US.


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20 hours ago, saiibi said:

Hello,

 

I recently received my parents interview dates. Immediately scheduled their medical required by the embassy. I am little worried about them as they are old. Anyone knows what sort of questions will be asked from them during the interview? any insight will be appreciated.

My mom's interview experience:

 

My mom and I attended the interview together. We waited in lines for 3 hours, 3 looooonggg hours in various lines outside and inside the US Consulate. It was HOT, it was HUMID, like 2000% humidity. There was no AC in the waiting area. There was AC in the areas the CO were working though. How nice of them. I must tell you, I am a big guy, 220 lbs, 6ft4. I wore a full suit. It was torture, absolutely terrible.

 

And then it was the interview.

 

They asked my mom a grand total of two questions:

 

1) How did your son get to go to the US in the first place?

2) What is your son's marital status?

 

It took a grand total of 30 seconds.

 

Then "Congratulations, your visa was approved. Welcome to the United States of America".

 

That was IT. I missed a week of work, and traveled 2000 miles for that.

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19 hours ago, saiibi said:

NO THANK GOD NO ONE IS SICK BUT WHEN THEY LAND AND HAVE THERE GREEN CARDS CAN I STILL GET THEIR MEDICAL INSURANCE FOR REGULAR CHECK UPS AND MEDICAL ATTENTION IF THEY NEED ANY GOD FORBID

 

Mom entered the US 11/11. Raced to have SSN issued and thankfully we got SSN by 12/10 just in time to apply her for Obamacare before the marketplace's deadline of 12/15 and before all the shutdown BS

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4 hours ago, USS_Voyager said:

 

Mom entered the US 11/11. Raced to have SSN issued and thankfully we got SSN by 12/10 just in time to apply her for Obamacare before the marketplace's deadline of 12/15 and before all the shutdown BS

Immigration is a qualifying life event enabling you to get /start coverage outside of the open enrollment period. So the “deadline” is based on the life event (I think it’s 60 days after but can’t remember exactly).

 

 

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You need to look at the ACA information for your state. They are not eligible for Medicare.. after  tears they can buy health insurance through Medicare..  until then the Marketplace is really their only option. 

We used AC for 2 months in 2016... aged 65 and 61... cost was $1500 per month for a silver plan that had a $10,000 yearly deductible. 

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Thanks for this post. I have a question related to the interview. I also applied immigrant visa for my parents who live in China now. Are they going to have the interviews together, or they might go on different dates? I hope somehow they can be together at the consulate for interview. Thanks!

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