Today

Troy

Troy

Today was the day. It was Firda’s permanent residency interview, which seemed to be a formality. What does this mean? Firda has almost all of the rights and privileges of any other Canadian – meaning she can work, pay Canadian taxes, get free health care. The only real difference is that she can’t vote in a federal election and she may still need to get visas to travel.
The interview was pretty quick – we spent more time sitting in the waiting area than we did in the interview room.
It’s a good day. Exciting but glad that it is over.

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  1. Hed

    That is so very, very, exciting! Congratulations to you both!!!
    -H

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  2. Kirsi

    Congratulations! 🙂

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  3. she

    yea!
    today is the 1st day of “ask she” weds. i answered your question. be sure to stop by and comment!

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