End of Bureaucracy?

I totally forgot to tell you: Three weeks ago, I had my Biometrics appointment and that should have been the last “bureaucratic act” for the next 10 years regarding my Green Card status.

… if they do send me my replacement card in the mail within the next 12 months *cross your fingers*
… if they do approve of all our “evidences of ongoing relationship”
… if they don’t come up with a weird reason to make J and me show up for an interview.

Oh, how wonderful that would be!
If all went right, I should be a permanent “permanent resident” now.

No more ifs, ands, or “temporary” buts.

  1. Good luck with that. I guess there are some abuses of the system, but I think most people who have a wedding and leave their families aren’t just doing it for the heck of it. I know that as much as you love J, there are times it is really hard being away from “home” and your family.

  2. Awesome! I didn’t have a second interview either. I am sure you’ll be fine!

  3. @ Maribeth … yes, it is very hard to be away from my family sometimes, but at least the hassle to prove that I “really want to be here” will be over ;)

    @ Ulli … that sounds promising! :)

  4. Awesome. Permanent. Sounds good.

    Give me a call when you have time sweetie. (I am off on Friday)

  5. Great!!! I am so happy for you. Thats really awesome.
    I am holding thumbs that you mustn’t go to a second interview.

  6. i would cross my fingers that it’s really the last one you gotta deal with.

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