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FUNNY EXPERIENCES

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1 hour ago, Paa Qwesi said:

Seriously this whole process is funny. 

 

You patiently wait and receives your NOA1 (THIS IS NOT A VISA)

NOA2 Shows up (THIS IS NOT A VISA)

 

You wait for like how many months for your case to be completed, it does and you wait for another 3-4 months for your interview.

The excitement you get even though you waiting for another month for the interview.

 

Interview is finally here, you are approved, waiting for your passport and visa to be returned to you another stress and anxiety you go through.

After receiving the Passport and visa...(THIS VISA DOES NOT GUARANTEE ENTRY INTO THE UNITED STATES. CUSTOM AND BORDER PROTECTION AGENCY HAS THE RIGHT TO ADMIT OR DENY ENTRY) CHAI.

 

So, technically, until you land in your room or be with your partner in the US, you just can't be excited for once.

 

I'm going to sleep.

This is all so true!! Your life just feels like it's on hold.  Been doing this since 2016.  We are in adminstrative processing now since Jan 14th.  So we wait again.  You spend the whole time waiting.  Congrats on your visa though!!!!

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10 hours ago, antwiwaa said:

The irony of this journey....i must confess it taught me a great deal of patience.....one day i share my experiences on the.. The things we do for love.

Hahahahah.  The things we do for love...... ✌ 

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22 hours ago, Zaks said:

This is all so true!! Your life just feels like it's on hold.  Been doing this since 2016.  We are in adminstrative processing now since Jan 14th.  So we wait again.  You spend the whole time waiting.  Congrats on your visa though!!!!

On hold is a mild way to put it.  It’s just completely in limbo and entirely out of your control.

 

I was fortunate that my journey hasn’t had any real hiccups, and even I have reached my limits with patience, so I truly empathize with anyone who has a more bumpy journey.

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