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    Om&Abo Malik got a reaction from N M in Received Green Card   
    You can not apply for medicaid horees, jeez now do you understand WHY a sponsor is required? They don't want immigrants coming to the united states signing up for free govt programs paid for by US tax dollars...
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    Om&Abo Malik got a reaction from Horees in Received Green Card   
    You can not apply for medicaid horees, jeez now do you understand WHY a sponsor is required? They don't want immigrants coming to the united states signing up for free govt programs paid for by US tax dollars...
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    Om&Abo Malik got a reaction from TheFantastics09 in Received Green Card   
    You can not apply for medicaid horees, jeez now do you understand WHY a sponsor is required? They don't want immigrants coming to the united states signing up for free govt programs paid for by US tax dollars...
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    Om&Abo Malik got a reaction from Josie-Be-Happy in Are you currently in Administrative Processing?   
    I don't necessarily believe it's racial selection. AP is a fact for a great number of countries including the UK and Canada and Mexico. There are some countries that it is considered "mandatory" those would be middle eastern nations. (although really some in those countries don't get AP so it's hard to see that it actually is "mandatory". We have visas coming 3 days after the interview here in egypt and some 1 week, 2 or 3.
    To me, the only unfair thing is that some get AP and others fly out with visa's week later in a place that is on the list of "mandatory" and that preference is given in most cases to fiances and those who share same nationality with their foreign spouse who happens to be us citizen. Meanwhile us citizens married to foreign nationals and have lived together and have family together wait it out past the rest.
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    Om&Abo Malik got a reaction from milimelo in Egypt - Pregnant - Should She Tell Him?   
    I am an american citizen and i gave birth in this hell and that was with insurance from lawyers council and the highest recommendations and against better advice. Simply because i did not want to have my son without my husband and this was his first. If i had a pound for everytime i heard a horror story from a foreigner who birthed here hahahahaha i would be rich. The other poster is right, there are hospitals here that have stray cats that have been known to carry off infants as well as babies being taken for the black market. The doctors for the most part can and do "buy their degrees" and i spent my entire pregnancy trying to find a legitimate doctor who i trusted and at the end what did i get? I got a dr who went against my wishes to have my husband present, have an epidural so i'd be alert for my son, and did not even visit me afterwards. By the way by the time i awoke my son had already been fed formula and never would nurse.
    Neither did the nurses seemed to concerned when they ignored my call light and refused to take care of me. My husband had to "tip" the nurses to get me a shower...
    and ohhhh one more thing....some lady was gooing and gaaing at my son thinking it was her new grandchild and got into an argument with my husband over whose baby he was because the nurses failed to put on his wrist id..
    yeah right husbands rights, don't make me laugh.
    she is a us citizen and she has the right to live in her country and if he don't like it he should not married her and have kids with her.
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    Om&Abo Malik got a reaction from ~PalmTreeGurl~ in Egypt - Pregnant - Should She Tell Him?   
    I am an american citizen and i gave birth in this hell and that was with insurance from lawyers council and the highest recommendations and against better advice. Simply because i did not want to have my son without my husband and this was his first. If i had a pound for everytime i heard a horror story from a foreigner who birthed here hahahahaha i would be rich. The other poster is right, there are hospitals here that have stray cats that have been known to carry off infants as well as babies being taken for the black market. The doctors for the most part can and do "buy their degrees" and i spent my entire pregnancy trying to find a legitimate doctor who i trusted and at the end what did i get? I got a dr who went against my wishes to have my husband present, have an epidural so i'd be alert for my son, and did not even visit me afterwards. By the way by the time i awoke my son had already been fed formula and never would nurse.
    Neither did the nurses seemed to concerned when they ignored my call light and refused to take care of me. My husband had to "tip" the nurses to get me a shower...
    and ohhhh one more thing....some lady was gooing and gaaing at my son thinking it was her new grandchild and got into an argument with my husband over whose baby he was because the nurses failed to put on his wrist id..
    yeah right husbands rights, don't make me laugh.
    she is a us citizen and she has the right to live in her country and if he don't like it he should not married her and have kids with her.
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    Om&Abo Malik reacted to Jojo92122 in My wife is a US citizen and applying for the dv lottery   
    I completely disagree with this.
    My USC father is one of eleven children. His brothers and sisters have tons of kids and grandkids. Should all of them be allowed to immigrate right away???
    If yes, then my father would bring his ten brothers and sisters and their 30 to 40 children and about 50-60 grandchildren. No problem with them all coming tomorrow right? So one USC brings in a 100 people.
    Also, I am pretty sure my uncles and aunts' spouses wouldn't wait very long after getting their US citizenship in 5 years to bring in their family too. So those ten spouses will file for their families of say 10 people (mom, dad, brother, brother's wife, brother's two children, sister, sister's husband and sister's two children). That's another 200 people.
    So in 5 years, a single USC with an "inherent right" to bring family to the US results in 300 additional people. That's crazy.
    Since it's an "inherent right," Mr. US Citizen terrorist would like to bring in his brother, Foreign Terrorist. Since he has an "inherent right," can he bring this person in?
    On another thread, there are people advocating for removing the numerical limits for LPRs. So one USC can bring in people who would bring in more people who would immediately bring in more people.
    While not everybody wants to come to the US, there are lots of people who do. The US cannot absorb all these people immediately. Under the current system, the over 21 years old child, the married child, and siblings of US citizens all have to wait for years. The reason is that immigrants bring in more immigrants.
    Look at your family, your wife just got her conditional green card and she wants to bring over her mom, siblings, and stepdad. How many people is stepdad going to file for when he gets here? Will mom file for her siblings?
    The US lets in 1,000,000 LPR every year. If we open up the immigration gate to every family member of a USC, then you are looking at doubling, tripling, quad dropping that number. Where would the jobs be for these people? Where would we house them?
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    Om&Abo Malik got a reaction from NY_BX in this letter was attched with my passport today has anyone passed with the same before   
    I have to admit this post really upset me the most as i can't understand how they could come to a conclusion like that and wait a month to do it. why keep the kids passports? So strange all of this. I am sorry for what you are going through and hope that your lawyer may be of assistance.
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    Om&Abo Malik got a reaction from NY_BX in interview questions   
    It was a very easy interview and i am so happy to report he was approved and they took his passport and said you will get your visa in 2 weeks and gave him the tracking info.
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    Om&Abo Malik got a reaction from Ippsy Pippsy in Child Custody In Egypt (Slightly Off Topic)   
    just chiming in, i normally stay out of these discussions and stick to my own business but you asked the question so i guess i can come on here and agree with half the posters who were direct enough to tell you how unimaginable it is that you and your fiance would even consider doing that to the child or it's mother. Second i will make a new point, a GOOD MAN, would never consider such a thing and especially an egyptian one because from all i have seen egyptians truly know the value of family and mother's here are queens. If your fiance wants to be with you, then that is his choice and if he wants to go to usa then he wants to leave his kids because he will never in an egyptian court get that child away from his mother, raised by another woman in another country
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    Om&Abo Malik got a reaction from tany1157 in Child Custody In Egypt (Slightly Off Topic)   
    just chiming in, i normally stay out of these discussions and stick to my own business but you asked the question so i guess i can come on here and agree with half the posters who were direct enough to tell you how unimaginable it is that you and your fiance would even consider doing that to the child or it's mother. Second i will make a new point, a GOOD MAN, would never consider such a thing and especially an egyptian one because from all i have seen egyptians truly know the value of family and mother's here are queens. If your fiance wants to be with you, then that is his choice and if he wants to go to usa then he wants to leave his kids because he will never in an egyptian court get that child away from his mother, raised by another woman in another country
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    Om&Abo Malik got a reaction from Lisamarie in Child Custody In Egypt (Slightly Off Topic)   
    just chiming in, i normally stay out of these discussions and stick to my own business but you asked the question so i guess i can come on here and agree with half the posters who were direct enough to tell you how unimaginable it is that you and your fiance would even consider doing that to the child or it's mother. Second i will make a new point, a GOOD MAN, would never consider such a thing and especially an egyptian one because from all i have seen egyptians truly know the value of family and mother's here are queens. If your fiance wants to be with you, then that is his choice and if he wants to go to usa then he wants to leave his kids because he will never in an egyptian court get that child away from his mother, raised by another woman in another country
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    Om&Abo Malik got a reaction from NY_BX in Child Custody In Egypt (Slightly Off Topic)   
    just chiming in, i normally stay out of these discussions and stick to my own business but you asked the question so i guess i can come on here and agree with half the posters who were direct enough to tell you how unimaginable it is that you and your fiance would even consider doing that to the child or it's mother. Second i will make a new point, a GOOD MAN, would never consider such a thing and especially an egyptian one because from all i have seen egyptians truly know the value of family and mother's here are queens. If your fiance wants to be with you, then that is his choice and if he wants to go to usa then he wants to leave his kids because he will never in an egyptian court get that child away from his mother, raised by another woman in another country
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    Om&Abo Malik reacted to Amber & Ahmed in Child Custody In Egypt (Slightly Off Topic)   
    Ummmmm here's another thing that really really puts a ####### in my #######... said fiance doesn't even live with the child or his other child. He is living in another country and only returns during the summer months at which time he then sees the kids, so what makes either of the "adults" in this situation believe any of the children would wish to go to the States and live with some strange foreign lady??? Really this is ridiculous to the extreme!!! Also as others have posted, if he is wiling to do this to the ex-wife, what makes the OP believe he wouldn't do it to her also. Think twice... Karma is a B- IT- CH! Sorry if my language or way of talking offends anyone but really my feathers are ruffled by this inconsiderate way of thinking, me personally... I would NEVER EVER EVER allow something like this to go down, what kind of woman would even want to be party to such nonsense??? I would say a woman that is not a mother and has NO CLUE what being a mother is all about, the OP's only concern is the happiness of her and her fiance, when all mothers know it isn't about what you want but what is best for the child. Enough from me now on this topic, I feel disgusted and offended for the child's mother.
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    Om&Abo Malik reacted to Mithra in Child Custody In Egypt (Slightly Off Topic)   
    This is such a touchy subject for me because it involves kids.
    I read your post again. Do you really think 12 is an appropriate age to rip a child away from his mother? I'm sorry but as a mother I am floored, appalled and outraged that you would even consider taking a child away from his mother even at the mature age of 12. I have two sons, 15 and 13. Apparently older than your idea of the appropriate age a child can be taken from his mother. I can't imagine them living full time in another country being raised by a woman who doesn't even know how to communicate with them. I would be heartbroken and devastated if some foreign chick decided that she knows better what is good for my kids. Do you even consider how this child will feel if you and your "fiance" were to succeed? Such selfishness. I'm just sick that you would even consider such.
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    Om&Abo Malik reacted to Amber & Ahmed in Child Custody In Egypt (Slightly Off Topic)   
    PLEASE KNOW i MEAN NO DISRESPECT.... BUT.... ARE YOU FREAKIN KIDDING ME???
    1st you tell us how his 2nd wife wanted nothing from him but a kid, now you come on here asking about taking that child from his mother?!?!?! Are you thinking clearly? I have seen enough to know that to Egyptian people, moms, dads, and extended family included, kids mean everything to them! EVERYTHING!!! There is no way this woman is going to simply rollover and allow her child to be taken from her and moved to another country to be raised by a foreign woman. She will fight that till her last breath. I also think it is SUPER SELFISH of you and him to even consider this. How will you communicate with this child? Do you speak his language? Do you honestly think you can raise this child better than his mother could? WOOOOOOOW really I couldn't believe my eyes when I read this post and had to re-read it to be sure it wasn't a trick of the eye a mere illusion. Time for you to have a reality check sister. Concentrate on yourself, your man and the child that has no mother, learn all you can to communicate with the one child he will be able to bring with him and keep your mind and hands off the child who obviously has a mom who loves and cherishes him. Tsk, tsk....
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    Om&Abo Malik reacted to msheesha in Child Custody In Egypt (Slightly Off Topic)   
    Call me crazy, but shouldn't one meet their fiance before planning to take said fiance's child away from the child's mother?????????? Just a crazy thought that ran through my head. I can't remember if that thought was before or after the UNFREAKINGBELIEVABLE thought that ran through my head.....
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