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Yes I know that excitement. The joy of experiencing his presences is overwhelming. I float through the office.

I found pounded yam online, but not at a trusted site.

This New years I will cook Jollof Rice.


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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Nigeria
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That is beautiful :)


To Blessed to be stressed:) I realize that all things have a purpose and a time.....have faith and the Lord Almighty will provide... when the time is right, he NEVER fails!

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Yum Yum enjoy!


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NSC, NOA1 September 26th,03

received NOA1 in mail Oct. 03,03

RFE - received in mail March 29th,04

RFE returned April 17th,04

RFE received April 21,04 at NSC online

NOA2 received April 29th,04 via online

NOA2 received May 03,04 in mail

NVC receives file May 6th,04

NVC sends file to Nigeria May 11th,04

Lagos receives our file, notified thru e-mail May 19th,04

Victor goes and picks up packet #3....May 20th,04

Sent request for earlier interview date via e-mail May 20th,04

May 27th, Lagos won't change date.

August 16th, 2004 fly to Nigeria for Victors interview

August 19th, 2004 Interview date, visa approved.

August 25th, 2004 Victor picks up passport with visa stamp.

August 26th, 2004 fly back to USA

September 18th, 2004 Victor arrives in USA, Lord willing.

October 9th, 2004, we become husband and wife

October 25th, 2004 I learn that I'm pregnant.

Feburary 25th, 2005 AOS Appointment

( went to appt. and requested a reschedule)

June 7th, 05 gave birth to a boy child.

July 5th, 05 Victor packs he suitcase and leaves for good.

July 2005 2nd AOS appointment

( went and requested a reschedule )

August 2005- I file for divorce. and withdraw immigration paperwork.

Washington State/ Nigeria

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More than Yum. Make sure when he comes, he stocks up with all of the yummy spices and brings them with him.


The longer it takes to introduce yourself the less you've actually accomplished

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More than Yum. Make sure when he comes, he stocks up with all of the yummy spices and brings them with him.

are they able to bring those through customs without a problem??


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More than Yum. Make sure when he comes, he stocks up with all of the yummy spices and brings them with him.

are they able to bring those through customs without a problem??

Yes, Food that is cooked is easier to bring through customs if it is meat products etc. I know people who have brought dried fish, lentils, those spicy powders, any food wrapped in banana or cassava leaves. Raw meat is a no-no. I brought back several dry leaves with me, something called baton du manioc, several concentrated soups, pepper, pumpkin seeds ............. I had to leave them in the garage until I found containers in which to seal the items, but I had not issues with those. However, leaving I was asked if I had wood carvings, which I didn't, and that's all they checked in my luggage in Africa. In the United States I walked through customs in S.F. and nobody opened anything that I had. My SO did go through customs in NY, but nothing was questioned.


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I bought back Kola nuts which US customs cut open to inspect. I asked why and was told to make sure no drugs are smuggled inside the nuts.

Thanks guys for the lovely responses, As some of u know i have waited a long time to be with him so this is awesome. I prepare nigerian dishes very well so i thank god for that. We will also have thanksgiving for his arrival and throw a big party !!. I am scared of him bringing in items because i know in miami i had a hard time when i brought dried fish spices they put me through the hooks man. I dont know about atlanta they seem pretty cool here though i just dont want any problems at all if you know what i mean.

Vee

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I bought back Kola nuts which US customs cut open to inspect. I asked why and was told to make sure no drugs are smuggled inside the nuts.

Thanks guys for the lovely responses, As some of u know i have waited a long time to be with him so this is awesome. I prepare nigerian dishes very well so i thank god for that. We will also have thanksgiving for his arrival and throw a big party !!. I am scared of him bringing in items because i know in miami i had a hard time when i brought dried fish spices they put me through the hooks man. I dont know about atlanta they seem pretty cool here though i just dont want any problems at all if you know what i mean.

Vee

Hi, Vee CONGRATS :dance: Did u say party?He should have no problem coming thru Atlanta with the items. One of our friends came with somethings we requested mid year...although they did open the packages.


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7/13/09 Sent I-751 application VSC

7/16/09 Package arrived at VSC at 2:08pm signed by D. Renaud

7/24/09 Rcvd I-797C, NOA from VSC

7/29/09 Rcvd Biometric letter...biometrics appt 8/18/09

11/24/09 Rcvd ROC approval ltr...dated 11/18/09

12/04/09 Rcvd 10 yr Green Card in mail

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I bought back Kola nuts which US customs cut open to inspect. I asked why and was told to make sure no drugs are smuggled inside the nuts.

Thanks guys for the lovely responses, As some of u know i have waited a long time to be with him so this is awesome. I prepare nigerian dishes very well so i thank god for that. We will also have thanksgiving for his arrival and throw a big party !!. I am scared of him bringing in items because i know in miami i had a hard time when i brought dried fish spices they put me through the hooks man. I dont know about atlanta they seem pretty cool here though i just dont want any problems at all if you know what i mean.

Vee

Hi, Vee CONGRATS :dance: Did u say party?He should have no problem coming thru Atlanta with the items. One of our friends came with somethings we requested mid year...although they did open the packages.

oh ok lol yes girl.

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I am so thrilled that my sweetheart will be coming in soon. I am going to prepare fufu as i love it and so does he .

Wow Congratulation !! yes, that's truely a celebration. :star: Oh I love Fufu, my favorite sauce to eat it with is egusi or okra soup. :)


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My AOS Timeline

I-751

01/17/12: Mailed priority with delivery conf.

01/20/12: Arrived Vermont service center

01/24/12: Check Cashed.....yippeee

01/26/12: Received NOA in the mail

02/14/12: ASC APPOINTMENT NOTICE

03/08/12: Biometrics appointment date

01/10/12: 10 year green card in the mail!

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