When I was looking at traveling to my sponsor child I saw something that mentioned bringing them to in- country what does that mean?

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I really want to visit my sponsor child but I know for me that will never be possible because of my health. (I have seizures) But I saw something that said bringing your child to you in-country. What does in-country mean?
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Gabi, I believe what they are talking about, is that if your child lives in Mexico (for example) and you visit Mexico, you can pay the travel expenses to have your child come to where you are staying in Mexico to visit you.  (Which depending on the size of the child's country can sometimes end up being quite a trip for them.)
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Hi Gabi! As Teresa mentioned, the statement "in-country" means that if you are traveling within your child's country, you can pay those expenses to have your child brought to your location to have time to spend one-on-one with him or her. I'm so sorry for the confusion!

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