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Hi folks,

It's been forever since I was active on these forums - after I became a US Citizen in November 2011, I've been pretty busy with other stuff. I actually hit my 5 year anniversary of moving to the US on September 25th, and just wanted to post a quick update on what an amazing journey the past few years have been for me. I don't regret it for a second and despite having some difficult times, I truly believe that this is the greatest country to live in and am proud to be a part of it.

Most recently, I commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Army National Guard, and will be heading off for Infantry Officer School in December, followed by Ranger School. I'm very happy and honored to be able to serve my adopted country!

I look back at how much discouragement I got from so many people - "You'll never fit in over there", "You'll never be accepted", "You'll want to move back after a few years"....nothing could be further from the truth. I've gone through extreme financial hardship, lived everywhere from 5 bedroom houses to Trailerparks, travelled countless miles and met everyone from pysch patients and drug/alcohol abusers to Generals and Senators.

None of this would have been possible without the first steps, and this website was part of that making the process so much easier. As ever, my offer in my signature line of assisting anyone interested in Security, Military, or Law Enforcement careers is always open.

Best of luck to everyone still in the process from K1's to N-400's, and thanks again to everyone who makes this website a success!


Married to my USC Spouse in the UK 08/17/2006

Entered the US with my CR1 on 09/25/2007

Mailed I-751 application on 07/14/2009 to CSC

I-751 package arrived at CSC on 07/16/2009

Check cashed on 07/20/2009

NOA1 Dated 07/16/2009

Biometrics Appointment 08/21/2009

Touched 08/24/2009

APPROVED 09/14/2009

Card Production Ordered 09/22/2009

Card arrived in the mail 09/28/2009

US Citizen as of 10/20/2010!

*IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN WORKING IN SECURITY/LAW ENFORCEMENT/MILITARY IN THE USA, FEEL FREE TO CONTACT ME FOR INFO*

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Hi folks,

It's been forever since I was active on these forums - after I became a US Citizen in November 2011, I've been pretty busy with other stuff. I actually hit my 5 year anniversary of moving to the US on September 25th, and just wanted to post a quick update on what an amazing journey the past few years have been for me. I don't regret it for a second and despite having some difficult times, I truly believe that this is the greatest country to live in and am proud to be a part of it.

Most recently, I commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Army National Guard, and will be heading off for Infantry Officer School in December, followed by Ranger School. I'm very happy and honored to be able to serve my adopted country!

I look back at how much discouragement I got from so many people - "You'll never fit in over there", "You'll never be accepted", "You'll want to move back after a few years"....nothing could be further from the truth. I've gone through extreme financial hardship, lived everywhere from 5 bedroom houses to Trailerparks, travelled countless miles and met everyone from pysch patients and drug/alcohol abusers to Generals and Senators.

None of this would have been possible without the first steps, and this website was part of that making the process so much easier. As ever, my offer in my signature line of assisting anyone interested in Security, Military, or Law Enforcement careers is always open.

Best of luck to everyone still in the process from K1's to N-400's, and thanks again to everyone who makes this website a success!

Bravo!


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