Permanent Vacation

My wife and I had our INS interview on Thursday and after successfully answering the interviewer's question as to where my wife worked and what her parents names were, they appoved our application on the spot and stamped my passport. All in all, probably less than 5 minutes end-to-end. Good stuff. Not that there should have been any problems, but since these things could effectively derail your life if they go badly wrong I guess I should have been concerned, but for some reason I just sort of new it would all work out. :-)

Yay!! Im here to stay! :-)

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I take it this means that you are now US citizens?

If yes, then congrats!

Deep Thought was wrong. The Answer isn't 42, it's DSL!

Nope, just Green Card

Im still Scottish :-) My wife is American by birth (born on July 4th!), and my daughter will be both American (by being born in the USA) and British (by descent).

No plans at the moment to become American. The only real advantage I can see is being able to vote here, but being a member of the Scottish Poll Tax generation I dont have much interest in politics, and I dont really understand the party system here anyway. On the plus side, being British I get to skip jury duty. :-)