A second email included the next steps...how to fill out needed forms; set up the medical appointment; and what is needed for the Embassy interview.
We celebrated with our traditional cheesecake.
Next week staff members, Fritzlin, and we will travel early Monday for the medical appointment in Port-au-Prince; go to the Embassy for the final interview on Tuesday morning; and Wed. will return to the medical clinic to have his TB skin test read.
After the interview...there may be additional information needed to be researched or resolved before the visa can be issued or they may only need the final medical report. Once all information is in place there will be a short 2-5 business day wait while the final paperwork is prepared.
Then Fritzlin would be able to travel with our family to the USA and he will become an American citizen when he enters the USA. We plan to travel in early May to join other Global Partners missionaries in Florida for our area retreat.
This morning we awoke to no internet. Very thankful that we were able to get it working again so that we could work on the needed forms and paperwork for Fritz's visa.
|Picture from before we met.|
- Good travels for all involved
- Political stability and no protests to interfere with any of the travel or appointments
- Good medical report
- No additional information needed for the visa
- or rapidly getting any information needed for the visa
- Getting travel set up for the area retreat and summer plans