14 January 2008

plugging on

I went to the consulate today and got fingerprinted for my updated I600A. All sorts of things to be thankful for: I didn't have to pay for it (it's a one-time extension fee waiver), I didn't have to go to Moscow to be fingerprinted, they inter-office mailed it so I didn't have to go and file it in person or FedEx it. That's hundreds of dollars and two days saved!

11 comments:

votemom said...

hooray. you deserved these blessings.

MoscowMom said...

Yay for something being easier!!!! Let's hope for more unraveling red tape in 2008...

Wanted to tell you that I posted some poems I'd translated to Rachael's site after you'd posted; thought you might enjoy seeing them :-)

chou-chou said...

yay for ONE thing that is easy and reasonable in your process!

Hey - I didn't get your email!!! I promise I'm not ignoring you. Please send again. :-)
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Christine said...

Wooo-hooo!

emjay said...

Yeah for some parts of this process going smoothly for you! Let's hope for some more...and soon. :-)

Christine said...

I hope it's okay, that I just added your blog tomy blogroll.

Tami said...

Easy, peasy, lemon-squeezy?! Love it! I'm so glad this worked out so well and easily for you. You deserve it! :)

Annie said...

Isn't THAT nice. Every little bit helps.

I don't know much about AA, either, except a couple of people who adopted with them previously moved to my agency because of cost.

I still get their little e-mails, though.

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Debbie B said...

Keeping praising God for the small things!!

Lauri said...

yeah... good news indeed... the first of many easy steps I pray