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    Posted April 10, 2012 by


    My major issue is that I am forced to live in Canada to be with my spouse. He was born in Thailand, and we can't marry, so he can't get a visa and live with me in the USA. Never mind about the full marriage, how about a little fairness in the immigration system.
    My second issue is that while I lived in the USA, I accidentally dropped of my insurance. With pre-existing conditions I virtually can not get insurance. It was ironic, that as a nurse I can not afford the health care I provide. If the supreme court strikes down the new health care laws, how would someone like me get health care?
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