Porque no tiene dinero para pagar los gastos de hospital y aparte tiene VIH y habría que usar una clínica muy cara para ese procedimiento de parto; mi pregunta es si inmigración se daría cuenta que ella ha usado Medical y el programa de ***** ***** que dan medicinas de VIH gratuitas. SI ELLA NUNCA LLEGARA A CRUZAR EL BEBE CON ELLA; SINO QUE SERIA UN CIUDADANO AMERICANO EL QUE LO CRUCE POR LA FRONTERA DESDE MEXICO HASTA USA; ELLA VIAJARIA SIEMPRE SOLA A MEXICO Y SIN EL BEBE; INMIGRACION SE DARIA CUENTA DE ESTO? LE SACARIAN LA VISA DE TURISTA? LE NEGARIAN LA RENOVACION?
He sentido que la respuesta fue en cierta forma discriminatoria y cortante. Yo también soy profesional y tengo maestrías y puedo leer lo que dicen las leyes de inmigración en el website correspondiente; lo que necesito de un supuesto "abogado" es que me explique su experiencia con casos anteriores y las posibilidades que uno tiene de interpretar las leyes de forma diferente a lo que esta escrito. El decir "eso es lo que dice la ley y punto" es una respuesta menos que mediocre y realmente poco profesional. Cualquier persona que lea un poco en el Internet puede darse cuenta de lo que dicen las leyes y los códigos. Las leyes de inmigración son bien claras en cuanto a lo que puede hacerse y no hacerse con una visa de turista; lo que estaba buscando al consultar a un supuesto "profesional" es que me dijera cual ha sido su experiencia personal en casos como el que le he planteado y no estaba esperando una respuesta tan cortante y poco profesional como decir" lo siento pero esa es la ley". Uno puede leer cual es la ley; pero a los abogados se los consulta para que provean diferentes interpretaciones y "loopholes" a esa ley; de otra manera no habría abogados sino personas que leen y aplican a rajatabla lo que esta escrito. Este supuesto "abogado" me ha dejado un muy mal sabor y su respuesta ha sido no solo mediocre sino también cortante y poco profesional.
Dear "lawyer" I am a US citizen with no intention of breaching any State law; what I am trying to say it is that your answers, professionalism and customer service is bad at best. As I stated before anybody can read a webpage but real lawyers work with the different possible interpretations of the law. Sorry but you did not answer my question.
Dear Guillermo; thank you for your help and I really hope your answer is more professional, courteous and detailed than your colleague. I know that not all attorneys are the same but the answer received by the previous attorney was bad at best. Here is my question: What would it happen if a woman with a tourist visa from Mexico comes here (to the US) and uses Medical (Just Medical not food stamps nor WIC) to have her baby in the US? Would immigration realize that? if somebody else (an American citizen crosses de border with her baby instead of her). Are Medical and immigration records connected? Would her have her visa cancelled when she tries to come back to the US? Can she get in and out of the US as long as she DOES NOT carry the baby with her? The woman in question is a very good friend and she stated that several of her friends have done that without any problems but I told her that I would consult a professional attorney for an accurate and detailed answer. Would it make a difference if I can include her under my medical insurance (although I am not sure I can actually make that happen but since I am single I can do that for her). I really want to help this couple because they are good friends of mine and I am not trying to do anything illegal just giving her advice from a professional. Did you have any clients that did that successfully? I am already aware of the limitations of a tourist visa - it is clearly stated on the DHS website- Thank you again for your time.
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The real deal is this, let's say she has a baby in the U.S. There is nothing illegal about that. They don't like it, but there is nothing illegal about it. Using public services that U.S. taxpayers pay for, that they really don't like. So what happens if she has the baby in the U.S. but you have private insurance and you include her in her insurance and your insurance pays for it all? This most likely nothing will happen. Eventually, they will realize she had a baby in the U.S. and they won't like that, but as long as she can show she didn't use public funds to pay for the birth and that she has non-immigrant intent and that she will go back home after her visit, they can and should let her in, but there is no guarantee. However, the closer the child gets to turning 21, the harder it will be for her to get in because they will assume that as soon as the child turns 21, the child will petition for her to stay and they would rather see that she go through the process outside instead of using a tourist visa when she intends to stay and isn't really a tourist.
Let's say, on the other hand that she does use public funds. They probably won't know about it until she renews her visa or they discover she had a child born in the U.S. So probably 5 years from now when it expires and she has to apply for a new one and has to be honest that she has a child born in the U.S., that's when she will need to prove that she paid off any public funds use for the birth. Remember, the burden of proof is on her. They don't have to prove anything. She is asking to be admitted, so she has to prove admissibility. They don't have to prove inadmissibility. I hope that clarifies things.
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Excellent and very professional response. It is obvious that not all lawyers are the same. Thank you for your professionalism and please provide your contact information should any friend ever were to need advice on immigration matters.