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Answer I would imagine that they would send you a letter and ID card informing you of either acceptance or denial, just like any other insurance or government pr…ogram. One could always call and ask for the status of your application. PCAP is a comprehensive prenatal care program that offers complete pregnancy care and other health services to women and teens who live in New York State and meet certain income guidelines. (Women are eligible for services up to 200% of the federal poverty level.) PCAP offers routine pregnancy check ups, hospital care during pregnancy and delivery, full health care for the woman until at least two months after delivery and full health care coverage for the baby up to one year of age. http://www.health.state.ny.us/nysdoh/perinatal/en/pcap.htm
They basically have had sex with you in an alley without saying surprise
Answer to Christening You should ask your parents if you have no recollection of ever having been baptized. That is the typical definition of 'christen', to be …baptized. Or it indicate a first time. Driving a brand new car is christening the car the first time you drive it.
If the parent-child relationship between you and your children has not been terminated, then their stepfather cannot adopt them. If it has been terminated, you would che…ck court records in the county where the children live. It would be in the name of the children. However, the records may be sealed, in which case, you likely won't be able to find out.
The best way is to have a D.N.A done on .you and the two who are your parents
What do you do when your boyfriends mom finds out you've been talking badly as in naughty to each other?
there isn't much you can do, but apologize, but even then it won't help much...:(
be honest. You like them both but do you like one more than the other?
What do you do when you find out your partner is not good at monogamy and you've been married for 4 yrs.?
he might not be interested or there is something wrong
The answer varies quite a bit from place to place. Often you have a right to the information when you turn 18 or 21. Other places, the records remain closed tight. H…ere are some things you can do: Ask for your birth certificate. You can go to (or usually write to) your county office of vital statistics to get it. Get a DNA test. This is a more elaborate and expensive process and requires cooperation of your mother (for girls) or father (for boys). The DNA test can tell you if your parent is your actual birth parent. Ask family elders. If your grandparents are alive, ask them. Most newspapers maintain archives. Look in the births and deaths section of the newspapers from your city or town for each of the 14 days after your birthdate. (It will be on microfilm in most places). Go to an LDS (Mormon) church and ask if they have a family history center. They have access to a stunning amount of information and are very helpful. This writer had a brother, 12 years older than I, who was from my father's first marriage. He was adopted away to a family friend. He was never quite certain of his parentage until my father was slowly reintroduced to him when he was about 12 or 13. It was very confusing for him to learn that "Uncle ***" whom he rarely saw was actually his father. I don't know if there is a better way to learn these things.
type their name in the search box and if their name dosent come up, then it means you've been blocked.
yes... just think about all the times you didn't have a baby... that should sum it all up for yuh.
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1- he sends you a message like : hey my phones acting up. Just got your message, I'll endeavor to get back to you asap. 2- he used cash instead of credit cards when you went… out. (fear of wifey finding out). 3- he "works" on weekends and cant meet with you those days. (wifey time). 4- you've never been to his house,but he strongly prefers to come to yours. 5-he refuses to add you on facebook (this ones obvious). 6-his online dating profiile says hes interested in "hang out" and "having a laugh" (incase wifey finds out).
I would multiply your age by 365. Remembering to add one extra day every 4th year to account for leap year. So if you were 10 years old, you would be 3652 days old.
I need to know how to know if our grandchild has either been adopted or if the child remains in fostercare in North Carolina? How can I research this? I realize that the a…dopted parents would not be named but atleast we would know they have been adopted or not! Your help would be greatly appreciated!