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Required financial help for my mother brain hemorrhage treatment.

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in US New Jersey. She is not insured. My mother went from India to live with my brother. On 16th MAY in New Jersey she got brain hemorrhage at my brother house.She is not Insured. Now she is in ICU since 16th MAY. Doctors are saying 10-more days she will be in ICU. Me and my brother not aware that how much money will expand for her treatment. Some one please help us who want to help us. We will be thankful for those persons who help us for whole life. I know in US there are lots of good peoples and NGO's are there who help by heart. please help me on this. My brother is alone there and i am in India I cant go near to my MOM to help them due to financial problem. Please I requested to all the good peoples please please help me. waiting for good response from good peoples.

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Why don't you share your story with someone at the embassy and ask that they coordinate with Indian officials at home to alert them to the need to have insurance if they emigrate to the US?
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Thanks all for your valuable suggestion. I will try to work as suggested by you. but My mom don't have green card. Also its our mistake that we didn't take her insurance when she was leaving from India. If any one any have other ideas or suggestion on this matter please share us. Once again thanks to all. Pray to God to get well soon my mom.
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For informational purposes only. No matter how kind and compassionate, there is no possibility that anyone on this site can be sending you any financial help.

Please follow up on the good advice give. Bless you and family.
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It is very important to contact The Consulate General of India in New York City and ask for assistance
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anuragsaran123, so sorry to hear about your Mom's medical condition. Once Mom gets out of the hospital and on the road to recovery, have your brother sign her up with a health insurance company. Thank goodness pre-existing conditions are no longer an issue when getting health insurance.

I have a good friend who was born and raised in India and is now a U.S. citizen living here in the States. Whenever her husband's parents come to visit, her husband and his sisters all chip in to purchase them Kaiser health insurance as the parents visits here are usually long. Boy they were glad they did that, as the father was pushing 90 years old and had numerous visits to the hospital and rehab while visiting here.
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Contact the Indian Embassy and ask them to help you.
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I suggest your brother contact INS to see if there is any help for immigrants; the staff may know of some resources. Also ask the social worker at the hospital. I assume your mother has a green card?

This question has been asked before. Read the posts from this link - they may be of help to you:

https://www.agingcare.com/search.aspx?searchterm=medical+help+for+immigrants

https://www.agingcare.com/search.aspx?searchterm=uninsured+immigrants

Weren't any arrangements made by your brother when your mother emigrated from India?

I'm sure there will be responses from other good people here, but unfortunately your mother's options are limited if she's not a citizen. Sorry.
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