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No, she is comming on her own. She has a turist visa.
Thank you for your follow-up.That helps you tremendously. She CANNOT force you or compel you to be liable for her expense. Even if she gives your name to the hospital, until and unless you personally sign off, you are not responsible for her debts and expenses from treatment. If you are concerned about her medical care, contact medical insurers in the area for a short-term policy, have her sign up, and then she would be protected while she visits. But you, in this case, are absolutely not responsible in any way for her medical fees.Good luck
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