APPROVAL IN BOSTON!!

Old Apr 11th 2001, 4:23 am
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DansBaby01
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Guess what everyone?? Our AOS interview was Monday, and today(Wednesday) we got a
letter from Immigration stating that Danny is granted conditional residence!! YES!!
It says we have to go into Boston and get the passport stamped. Needless to say, we
are going tomorrow!! We both feel a HUGE weight has been lifted, and we are
positively GIDDY with happiness!! Thank you to those of you who have sent out
positive thoughts and words to us. Honestly, I don't know what I/we would have done
without the NG and ALL of you!

Regards, Joan & Danny USA UK
 
Old Apr 11th 2001, 4:31 am
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I'm so glad to hear this! congratulations!

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Old Apr 11th 2001, 5:49 am
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Congratulations, Joan & Danny! I'm happy for both of you. I was worried for both of
you when I read about your interview experience, but am very happy that it all turned
out all right in the end. *smiles*

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Old Apr 11th 2001, 10:03 am
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I'm so glad for you It really didn't sound good with the info you had posted after
the interview, so you guys must be flying high now

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Old Apr 11th 2001, 11:04 am
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Congratulations Joan and Danny.

Now return the favor to the NG and others to follow you and place your AOS interview
experience on: http://www.kamya.com/interview/intro.html

Thanks Rita a/k/a Rete
 
Old Apr 11th 2001, 11:06 am
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PS your examiner was probably reamed out by her supervisor for taking the tack that
she did with you guys.
 
Old Apr 11th 2001, 11:24 am
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This is great news! You must be very relieved. Congrats!

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Old Apr 11th 2001, 11:41 pm
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Hi Rete (Rita) Yes, I will post our experience as soon as we get our thoughts
collected. I hope you are right, I hope the examiner was reamed out! She was very
rude and cold. We felt instead of an interview that we were 2 criminals under direct
examination by a prosecuting attorney. My husband was so rattled at one point his
voice was quivering. She directed the majority of questions to him. He couldn't
remember what city my mother lived in!! I tried to calm him. I looked directly at him
and said, "Honey, you know where my mother lives." and he said, "I know! But I just
have gone blank!" I told her that he was rattled!! She wasn't interested! By the way,
we have had a relationship since 1997 so we felt we would be taken seriously. I don't
know if you remember but, we are the couple with the large age difference. (27 yrs)
We fully expected to be asked more questions than most people but she was "rapid
firing" them. We barely got the last word out of our mouth from one answer and she
was already asking another question! Anyway, "All's well that ends well!" And we are
going out tonight for a proper celebration!!! Thank you for all your kind words of
support. Regards, Joan & Dan
ps. I wonder if we have the "NG Record" insofar as age difference goes!
 
Old Apr 12th 2001, 1:25 am
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Be glad she even allowed you to speak...our interviewer told me I could not say
anything when he called my husband into the room, and he was like gestappo.

Glad to hear it went ok for you, I know you were sweating it for a while, there.

alvena
 
Old Apr 12th 2001, 8:44 am
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Joan and Danny,

Miglena and I have our AOS interview the first of May. Please let us know the
name of your interviewer/interrogator. I'll bring a bottle of seltzer water
to cool things off if they become too hot. If you didn't already transfer the
information, in terms of paperwork, what material specifically did you
provide for the interview? Ultimately, all turned out well. For this news I
am very grateful. I say, good for you.

George and Miglena
 
Old Apr 12th 2001, 5:10 pm
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Thank you George. We are very happy indeed. The "interrogator" was a woman who was
named "Heather" and her last name ended in a "B". She is in cubicle number 3. If you
get her, I hope you have taken your valium! (or she has taken hers!!) LOL! You'll
have to write and let us know. As far as what to bring. She asked first for Dan's
passport and then both driver's licences. She looked very thoroughly at our bank
statements, so bring those too. We gave her letters from 3 friends and one from my
son who is 16. She also asked for health insurance cards. If I were you, I would play
it safe and bring as much as possible with you. My theory is "better to have it and
not need it, than to need it and not have it." We had loads of stuff that was never
asked for. I offered things which she declined to see. She wasn't interested in
wedding pictures either.... Good Luck to you both! Joan & Dan
 
Old Apr 12th 2001, 6:20 pm
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Sorry, been just skimming through the posts lately. Congrats! Sorry about the hassle,
but things will work out.

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Jonathan _/ _/ _/ _/ K-1 Fiance Visa Immigration through to Adjustment of Status
http://clik.to/getk1 K-1 & Adjustment of Status Links Page
http://clik.to/K1andAOSLinks Newsgroup FAQ http://www.k1faq.com Arnaldo and Alvena's
Fiance Visa Page http://www2.apex.net/users/thehydes/ Immigration and Naturalization
Service http://www.ins.usdoj.gov {I am not a lawyer and this is not legal advice. For
reliable legal advice, please consult with a professional immigration attorney.}

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Old Apr 12th 2001, 6:40 pm
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I have two words for you:

Wooo Hoooo!
 
Old Apr 12th 2001, 8:10 pm
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I second that!!! I'm hoping we'll be able to celebrate when we come back from our
interview this Thursday!

Daisy

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Old Apr 13th 2001, 2:48 pm
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"DansBaby01" <[email protected]> put her teeth in a glass of water, unscrewed her
leg, polished her glass eye before she wrote

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I would congratulate you but I am too busy for such menial things.

Grin....ch
 

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