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About Erin2019

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  • Location Paramaribo, Suriname

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    I met my fiance in a funny place. Peter and I met each other through fan voice acting project for the manga, Tokyo Ghoul. That's not a typical place to find romance, nor is it really that much of a romance story. Nevertheless, I remember falling in love with the sound of his voice when we first started rehearsing together. Almost three years later, he proposed :)

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  1. @Greenbaum I emailed the embassy for the P3 and received it today. It's the exact same one as the one you sent me previously- except with the obvious differences such as my name and the date. Apparently, they'll allegedly choose the interview date for me (at least, that's how I understood it). How exciting, onto the next step we go~!
  2. Hey, I don't know if you've found your answer yet but it says within this link https://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/iv-dv-supplemental/Havana-GEO.pdf that you can pay your fee on the day of your interview. If you've heard something different from other people, would you mind sharing? I'm not a Cuban, but I also have to go to Georgetown, Guyana for my medical and interview because these things aren't done in Suriname apparently. (I sincerely doubt it'd be different from what is stated within the instructions themselves)
  3. You could just call the NVC at 6033340888 and ask if it's ready, you know. You'll probably need your receipt number, passport, date of birth, and full name at the ready.
  4. Thank you so much! I'll be sure to send you mine (if it's different/updated) whenever I get it in the near future.
  5. Hey @Greenbaum Do you by any chance have the P3 for the embassy in Guyana? Sorry to make this the one millionth question to add onto unlimited list of nonstop Q&A's 🤣. I'm curious to read it.
  6. Ahh, I've read that before. If you're the author of that, I would like to thank you for compiling useful information into one file like that.
  7. You're probably right that it applies to some of us 🤣, because my fiance and I are both childless and have never been married before. I'm hopeful our NOA2 will arrive. I have to train myself to be even more patient than I ever was, because this is just the beginning for a long life of waiting.
  8. Oh I feel the exact same way. For a country to be marveled as one of the few providers of technological innovations, it feels almost like a slap in the face that their government websites work nearly as little as you buying the lottery and expecting to win. Perhaps this is just me being in a bad mood and generalizing, but anyone who gets alerted of their approvals through websites/apps/messages/phone calls feel like outliers to me. I'm almost positive that I'm not lucky enough for that and expect to be notified through snail mail on God knows whatever date. I just hope I won't be part of the 200+ days club.
  9. NOA1 12/18....Although just writing it down makes me feel so entitled to an approval when I know if I get it before the 5-7 month mark, I should be considered lucky. But man....why can't these days just move along faster? Sorry for my venting.
  10. Feels like the burst of approvals has died down for now. Oh well, all we can do is wait. I have to admit though, it's starting to get to me as well 😶
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