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About JT4/25

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  • Birthday 07/17/1961
  • Member # 609

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    New Jersey

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  • Immigration Status
    Naturalization (pending)
  • Place benefits filed at
    Vermont Service Center
  • Local Office
    Mount Laurel NJ
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  • Our Story
    Massimo and I met on ICQ almost 4 years ago...May 30, 2000 and 50 days later I flew over it Italy to meet him in person. 13 visits later, we got engaged. Wedding date is set for April 25, 2004.

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  1. you are lucky that you can change your flight for free. British airways refuse to let me change a flight to Italy unless we pay 275.00 per ticket. we are scheduled to leave NYC on April 8th and return April 20th. Of course we are not going but we have not officially cancelled the ticket to see what will happen. As of this morning, they were only offering me 366.00 total on 3 tickets that cost 3500.00. If I were you...I would cancel...the unknown is too stressful...for me at least
  2. for my husband: drive thru windows, ordering food on line grocery store delivery the right to complain about bad service dressing rooms in stores Jug handles (well at least in New Jersey) volunteering for just about anything and thin sliced chicken breasts....
  3. our county library offered a FREE course that lasted 5 weeks one night a week to help with the test!
  4. Like I said...I didnt change it on any government issued IDs or marriage certificate. My neighbor did the same...her last name has 3 spaces and it was a nightmare for her kids in school. she combined it too
  5. We had that issue too. The legal government documents are all correct. Our last name has a space too...Di XXXX. However, many organizations on their own, including banks....decided that the Di was our middle name. ugh. Once our daughter started school...I just made it DiXXXX one word. Now, I just write it that way. It has never been a problem in 15 years married.
  6. very very true. My husband, at the time, was a 10 year green card holder...had already renewed it for the 2nd time...but when he had to make an emergency trip back home...brought the expired GC with him instead of the renewed one. British Airways would not allow him back on the plane. They refused to even check that he was legit but without the new card. He had to return to his parents house...I had to FEDEX the new card to him...and he was there an additional 4 days!
  7. We still get those updates too. Its been over a year since my husband became a USC. She can unsubscribe to the emails.
  8. they wont give her any information there. I tried way back when and flew over to Italy too...and they dont take phone calls either. I had better luck when my Senator sent one simple email on my behalf....when I returned. They finally started to give answers!
  9. First off...congratulations! Yes, you have to send the Naturalization certificate when you apply for the passport. Even in NJ it was hit and miss if someone was there...however, they did have someone from the league of women voters there, so my husband did that. We left there...and sent in his passport at the post office...and got it back in 9 days! The Naturalization certificate comes back in a separate envelope. Good luck.
  10. If it is a closed adoption the long-form of the birth certificate is a sealed document. He would have to petition the courts for it. She is getting the certified birth certificate. should be fine now.
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