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semi approved - not gonna stress about it anymore, just glad it's over :)

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well kinda :)... the stupid immigration doctor forgot to check ONE TINY LITTLE BOX!!! (can you believe it) and they have to do a full background check cos for some reason they only submitted half the form or whatever. so have to drive aaaall the way back to boston once to drop off the paper with the ticked box. but the fellow stamped "approved" on the formy so i think we're pretty much 'A' for away.

just a quick run thru of events. boston parking suuuucks. we parked like a 15min walk away from the place. got there 20min early. when we got called in the dude said he was gonnna take hubby in first to chat to him for a few min then he'd come get me. man did i freak out! i was not prepared for a stokes interview. but my husband's a super star if he hadn't been there i'd've puked everywhere. anyway, five minutes later the dude came and got me. he seemed nice but professional. not overly chatty. and thank the lord by the time i sat down all he asked me were the general "yes/no" questions on the form. aren't those a laugh? and that was that. afterwards my husband told me that he asked him mostly bout my family (mom, dad & bro's) and what they did for a living and some stuff bout his own family. and then he took a peek at our gazillion pics and got thru half way and then went to get me.

now i know he stamped "approved" and he pretty much said it wont be too long for the check and if i get the doctor form in soon but i'm still trying not to be negative and think the worst. just gotta breathe.

anyway, that's my story. please oh please check that your doctor checked all the boxes man (esp part 2 question 1). it's really an unnecessary hinderance. i hated the dr and i was so glad to be over with it. i can't believe i have to go back there. bleh!

thank you so much to all the VJ'ers who helped me out where they could. i'll holler again in 2yrs time.

good luck to everyone else who still has to go thru this drama... it really isn't all that bad :)

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