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Recording Available, September 08, 2016 Community Conference Call with Attorney Rajiv S. Khanna

Discussion in 'Free Conference Call For US Immigration Questions' started by DEEPAMENON, Aug 25, 2016.

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  1. Vijaypoliset

    Vijaypoliset New Member

    Dear Rajiv,
    I have a few queries regarding my potential move to USA and request your help with them.

    I'm a resident of India and am working for a US based MNC for the past five years. I have been offered an intracompany transfer to USA on L1 visa. Unfortunately, my mother is taking treatment for Stage 4 cancer in India. As treatment options are limited for this condition in India (there are no clinical trails available), I'm planning to get treatment for my mother in US. In this regard I have a few questions:
    1. Is there any option for my mother to get insurance coverage through Affordable Care Act. (She probably need to apply for B1/2 visa. In such a scenario, can she apply for insurance under Affordable Care Act. Or can she apply for any other type of visa to be eligible for Affordable Care Act).
    2. Is there a way my organization can cover her as a dependent through my employment medical insurance.
    3. Does this situation influence visa issuance probability (both for her and me).
    4. My father and sister would also want to travel to take care of her. Will there be any problems for their visas.
    Appreciate your inputs.
  2. Rajiv S. Khanna

    Rajiv S. Khanna HOST, Immigration.Com Staff Member

    Sorry, we do not provide assistance in Asylum cases. Therefore my knowledge on this is close to zero.
  3. Rajiv S. Khanna

    Rajiv S. Khanna HOST, Immigration.Com Staff Member

    Deepa ji, our fees and expenses are on this page. I will answer the rest in conference. http://www.immigration.com/services-fees/perm-labor-certification/eb-2-eb-3-perm-services-and-fees
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