Currently living and working in Saudi Arabia.
Have a US B2 Visa.
Have travelled to USA last year for a visit and liked the medical infrastructure there.
It depends on how 'far along' you are. Some airlines and/or immigration agents won't let pregnant women in.
Also, if you like the US medical system great ..... be prepared to PAY THE FULL COST.
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International Law Attorney
I concur with Mr. Capriotti. the lenght of your stay is determinant. Please check also if you need a visa based on your citizenship. I would strongly recommend to buy a travel and health insurances that cover as much as possible. You may be required to anticipated the expenses so that you will be reimbursed only presenting paid invoices. Best.
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There should be no problem if you can pay the medical bill. The immigration inspector at the port of entry may or may not want some evidence of your ability to pay.
There is nothing to prevent you having a baby in the US. However, don't overstay the visa and time your visit carefully.
Car / Auto Accident Lawyer
I agree with my colleagues.
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