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which one is better?

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Akai House or Holy Trinity

Does anyone have an opinion on which is better of these two clinics, any experiences/problems?

Thanks!


03-29-2005 married in Ghana

case complete 12-8-2005

Interview date 06-22-06......Approved! (God truly is good)

God is able, and he won't fail!

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NOT AKAI NOT AKAI NOT AKAI NOT AKAI NOT AKAI!!!!!!!!!

::cough::


10-2004 Meet my one and only

05-05-06 Picked up the VISA

05-22-06 My baby's home! Once day short of a full year apart

08-14-06 Married!!!

02-24-07 Green Card in Hand

07-21-07 The REAL Wedding in Ghana

06-12-08 Our beautiful baby joins our lives :)

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Holy Trinity was good to us when we went. Quite efficient actually. Clean and organized. helpful staff. When we gave them our phone number, they called to say when they sent the medicals to the embassy. the only mean person was the person who took the samples at the lab...other than that, they were great. Plus, they sent the medicals to the embassy within two weeks. for us that was the actually smooth. i've heard some horror stories about akai (here and elsewhere). i just noticed you are doing a CR1...are vaccines required? if so, you might have to go to akai house because holy trinity doesnt administer shots. with the K1 they are optional, so thats why we went to holy trinity, especially because it was cheaper...good luck

Edited by All4Kweku

1/5/2007 WEDDING DAY. ACCRA GHANA.

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Thank you All4kweku.

Yeah, the vaccines are required for CR-1 and unfortunately we have to deal with Akai house. I agree with you about the horror stories, we've heard a few as well and i was hoping to avoid them, but that won't happen. So now we have to hope and pray all goes well.

Good luck on your interview coming up!


03-29-2005 married in Ghana

case complete 12-8-2005

Interview date 06-22-06......Approved! (God truly is good)

God is able, and he won't fail!

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