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Ok - well for those who are interested I leave New Delhi at 4 am on Tuesday... will stay in London for a few weeks before leaving for Houston on the 29th... Paul and I get married on the 17th November... right now am dealing with emotions that are a mix of happiness and sadness...


Paul and I met on the Bazaar on the 14th January (he joined my progressive rock forum that day)

July 3rd he flew to England to meet me

We fell in love while he drove all over the place coz I cannot read maps (we were supposed to go to Ingleton - but touched Darlington 4 times, Pierce Bridge 6 times, Scotch Corner twice and Bernard Castle twice and we never did make it to Ingleton)

It has been so long and so much has happened in between...

Arrived in Houston on October 29th 2006

Married 17th November 2006

Lost my father 8th January 2007 (all dates are a blur after this)

Conditional Green Card dated 24th October 2007

I-751 posted on 6th August 2009

Received on 7th August 2009 in VT

Melo's Prog Bazaar

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I remember the feelings all too well, Melo, it can be hard to deal with. (F) Just keep looking to the future and how far you've come and remember he is waiting on the other side of the pond for you...

All the best, girl! (L)


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I wish you all the happiness...I think we all go through all diffrent kinds of emotions going through this process...I know i have...Some happy some sad but in the end it all comes together....in you grow stronger together...best wishes to you...lisa


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Met online : October 1998

Service Center : Nebraska Service Center

Consulate : London, United Kingdom

I-129F Sent : 2005-11-01

I-129F NOA1 : 2005-11-07

I-129F RFE(s) :

RFE Reply(s) :

I-129F NOA2 : 2005-12-02

NVC Received :

NVC Left : 2005-12-19

Consulate Received :

Packet 3 Received : 2006-01-16

Packet 3 Sent : 2006-01-28

Medical scheduled : 2006-02-20

Packet 4 Received: 2006-03-11

INTERVIEW: 2006-03-20 APPROVED!!

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Best of wishes and happiness. I hope you enjoy your visit to my hometown of Houston. The autumn season is the best time to visit there. There is lots to see and do in town and on the road throughout Texas. Good luck.


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"...for the system to be credible, people actually have to be deported at the end of the process."

US Congresswoman Barbara Jordan (D-TX)

Testimony to the House Immigration Subcommittee, February 24, 1995

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"All changes, even the most longed for, have their melancholy; for what we leave behind is a part of ourselves; we must die to one life before we can enter into another!" ~ Anatole France

Best wishes! (F)

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I wish you luck and much happiness (F) don't forget to check back in


12/03/2005: Married

10/13/2006: Interview Approved

10/26/2006: POE: EWR (ARRIVED) [/size]

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AOS/EAD

01/22/2007: Sent to The Lockbox.....let the games begin.....again

02/02/2007: NOA1's for both....the waiting game officially begins

02/15/2007: Biometrics appt.

04/11/2007: EAD APPROVED!! YI-HAW

04/21/2007: Received SSN#

05/23/2007: AOS Interview -------> APPROOOOOOVED!!!!!!

05/29/2007: Received Welcome letter

06/04/2007: Green Card in Hand!!!

122 Days from filing AOS to Green Card in Hand!!!

REMOVING CONDITIONS

05/21/2009: Filed to Remove Conditions

6/18/2009: Biometrics Done

09/14/2009: Approved!!!

Citizenship

2/15/2011: Filed N-400

3/28/2011: Biometrics <-- Done

5/09/2011: Naturalization Interview <--- APPROVED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

5/09/2011: Swearing in Ceremony (We're Done)

MY HUSBAND IS NOW A US CITIZEN

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Good luck and best wishes


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03-06-10 Mailed N-400

03-17-10 Check cashed

03-19-10 NOA received

03-22-10 Biometrics sent

04-09-10 Biometrics appointment

06-14-10 Interview Date

06-22-10 Received letter for Oath

07-02-10 Oath ceremony

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ooooooooooo Anita.......how exciting, but yes I know those mixed emotions. Just think of all that you have to look forward to (F) Can't wait to see pics of your wedding. Big hugs to ya (F)


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