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ANZAC Day

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Where you be in Australia, New Zealand or the US:

Lest we forget

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Met in Australia: January 2011
Engaged in USA on visit: 22nd September 2011
K1 Visa received: 1st June 2012
Entered US: 19th June 2012
Married: 30th June 2012

AP Document received: 3rd November 2012
EAD Card received: 27th November 2012
Conditional Green Card received: 26th July 2013

ROC approved: 3rd May 2016
Permanent Green Card received: 13th May 2016

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-- I had every intention of making ANZAC biscuits but I've had a bit of trouble finding some Golden Syrup.. .that and my truck broke down!!

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