Does this kid have a visa?

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Babies never co operate when it comes to birth issues.

A woman gave birth to a healthy baby boy aboard a Philippine Airlines flight from Manila to San Francisco on Monday, the airline said in a news release.
Aida Alamillo, a passenger aboard Flight 104, was 35 weeks' pregnant when she went into pre-term labor while in the air. She gave birth at 3:25 p.m. PDT with the assistance of three nurses on board and several cabin crew members led by flight steward Francis Lloyd Lobo, according to the airline.
In her flight incident report, flight purser Antonia Castañeda described the newborn as having "good skin color." She wrote that the baby gave a "loud cry" upon his birth, prompting a cheer from passengers, and shortly thereafter "started to breast feed."
The mother and newborn were met by an ambulance and a team of paramedics upon landing at San Francisco International Airport at 7:27 p.m., an airport spokesman confirmed. They were transported to Mills Peninsula Medical Center in Burlingame.
Philippine Airlines' cabin crew are trained in safety procedures, including handling in-flight childbirths.
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Does this kid have a visa?

He does now.

My wife had to fly back to the US 8 weeks before term according to airline rules. They would not let her on the plane after that.
 

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Agents Rescue Pregnant Woman, Two Other Illegal Aliens

Monday, September 19, 2011

Edinburg, Texas ─ Recently, U.S. Border Patrol agents from the Rio Grande Valley Sector rescued three illegal aliens, including a pregnant woman who gave birth shortly thereafter.


The woman was rescued on September 17, when agents assigned to the Falfurrias Station received a call from a concerned citizen about a pregnant woman on Farm-to-Market Road 755 near Rachal, Texas. Agents responded to the area and found that the woman, a Salvadoran national, had gone into labor. The agents called Emergency Medical Services and an ambulance arrived to transport the woman to Christus Spohn Kleberg Hospital in Kingsville, Texas. The woman gave birth about an hour after arriving at the hospital.


Another two illegal aliens, both from Mexico, were rescued on September 18, after agents received information from Brooks County Sheriff’s Office dispatchers, who received a 9-1-1 call from two people who were lost in the brush. Agents located the two people using GPS coordinates that were provided by the dispatchers. The two did not require medical attention and were taken to the Falfurrias Station to be processed for return to Mexico.


So far this fiscal year, agents from the Rio Grande Valley Sector have rescued nearly 220 people whose lives were at risk due to a variety of circumstances.
To report suspicious activity, call the Rio Grande Valley Border Patrol Sector’s toll-free telephone number at (800) 863-9382.
 
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These people are coming to just to take advantage of us!!! :evil:
 

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Americans should have the choice whether to pay for illegal aliens out of their taxes. :clap2: Those who want them here can pay for them out of their pay checks. Let’s see how beautiful they think it is then!

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In 2007, legal and illegal aliens cost the federal government more than $346 BILLION dollars and the U.S. taxpayers paid more than $ 9,000. for each immigrant in the country!
http://www.esrresearch.com/Rubensteinreport.pdf
 

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Babies never co operate when it comes to birth issues.

A woman gave birth to a healthy baby boy aboard a Philippine Airlines flight from Manila to San Francisco on Monday, the airline said in a news release.
Aida Alamillo, a passenger aboard Flight 104, was 35 weeks' pregnant when she went into pre-term labor while in the air. She gave birth at 3:25 p.m. PDT with the assistance of three nurses on board and several cabin crew members led by flight steward Francis Lloyd Lobo, according to the airline.
In her flight incident report, flight purser Antonia Castañeda described the newborn as having "good skin color." She wrote that the baby gave a "loud cry" upon his birth, prompting a cheer from passengers, and shortly thereafter "started to breast feed."
The mother and newborn were met by an ambulance and a team of paramedics upon landing at San Francisco International Airport at 7:27 p.m., an airport spokesman confirmed. They were transported to Mills Peninsula Medical Center in Burlingame.
Philippine Airlines' cabin crew are trained in safety procedures, including handling in-flight childbirths.
How would you have liked to have been in the seat next to this?
Depends on what the movie was...
 
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Babies never co operate when it comes to birth issues.

A woman gave birth to a healthy baby boy aboard a Philippine Airlines flight from Manila to San Francisco on Monday, the airline said in a news release.
Aida Alamillo, a passenger aboard Flight 104, was 35 weeks' pregnant when she went into pre-term labor while in the air. She gave birth at 3:25 p.m. PDT with the assistance of three nurses on board and several cabin crew members led by flight steward Francis Lloyd Lobo, according to the airline.
In her flight incident report, flight purser Antonia Castañeda described the newborn as having "good skin color." She wrote that the baby gave a "loud cry" upon his birth, prompting a cheer from passengers, and shortly thereafter "started to breast feed."
The mother and newborn were met by an ambulance and a team of paramedics upon landing at San Francisco International Airport at 7:27 p.m., an airport spokesman confirmed. They were transported to Mills Peninsula Medical Center in Burlingame.
Philippine Airlines' cabin crew are trained in safety procedures, including handling in-flight childbirths.
How would you have liked to have been in the seat next to this?
Depends on what the movie was...
Bringing up Baby with Katherine Hepburn
 

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Babies never co operate when it comes to birth issues.

A woman gave birth to a healthy baby boy aboard a Philippine Airlines flight from Manila to San Francisco on Monday, the airline said in a news release.
Aida Alamillo, a passenger aboard Flight 104, was 35 weeks' pregnant when she went into pre-term labor while in the air. She gave birth at 3:25 p.m. PDT with the assistance of three nurses on board and several cabin crew members led by flight steward Francis Lloyd Lobo, according to the airline.
In her flight incident report, flight purser Antonia Castañeda described the newborn as having "good skin color." She wrote that the baby gave a "loud cry" upon his birth, prompting a cheer from passengers, and shortly thereafter "started to breast feed."
The mother and newborn were met by an ambulance and a team of paramedics upon landing at San Francisco International Airport at 7:27 p.m., an airport spokesman confirmed. They were transported to Mills Peninsula Medical Center in Burlingame.
Philippine Airlines' cabin crew are trained in safety procedures, including handling in-flight childbirths.
How would you have liked to have been in the seat next to this?
I a sure she did not give birth in here seat. I am sure she had some privacy.:confused:
My question is war she over united state air space and is an anchor baby.
 

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