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ginamorgan Aug 27th 2009 8:41 am

e2 visa
 
can any1 offer any suggestions, we are planning to sell our condo to buy a business in us, only problem is we have a special needs son who is 29 and i was wondering how it would affect him coming with us is there a special process for dependants with special needs .
also my eldest son is married to an american citizen is there any way he could sponser him
Gina

Manc Aug 27th 2009 2:08 pm

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that really is economic suicide.

Englishtart Aug 27th 2009 3:53 pm

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What Manc said...really though, depending on what special needs your Son has, this really is not the right place for him, seriously, unless you guys are very wealthy, you could end up bankrupt from the medical/prescription costs over here:thumbdown:

Rete Aug 27th 2009 4:19 pm

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You absolutely have to look into the medical care for your son. We do not have national healthcare (at least not at the moment) and you cannot begin to believe the cost of healthcare for a child with special needs. It would bankrupt you before you got here.

Your son who is married to a USC cannot sponsor you until he is a USC and even then the wait for you a few months (less than a year) but for his brother it will be 12 years or so.

Bob Aug 27th 2009 9:32 pm

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How much cash do you have? Because it won't be enough.

Just come here for holidays.

Boiler Aug 28th 2009 6:13 pm

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How would he come on an E2 at 29?

fatbrit Aug 28th 2009 6:22 pm

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Originally Posted by Boiler (Post 7884301)
How would he come on an E2 at 29?

He'd have to be put down as a 50% partner with one of them. Wonder if that'd fly?

Boiler Aug 28th 2009 6:34 pm

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Originally Posted by fatbrit (Post 7884328)
He'd have to be put down as a 50% partner with one of them. Wonder if that'd fly?

Depends I guess on the special needs.


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