Welcome! As we step out in faith to adopt from Ghana, we started this blog as a way to share the story of our adoption journey with family and friends. Step by step on this journey we are learning to trust in and rely on God all the more.
If you would like to start reading about our journey from the beginning start with the January 1st post, "How it all Started".

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Fingerprints – Round Two

Today Ken & I went and got our fingerprints done for the I600a. This form is required to bring an orphan into the country with immigration services. Thankfully a friend let us borrow their GPS system because we probably would’ve driven by it multiple times. We thought the USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services) building would’ve been more…well…big. Where we went was not the official office; it was a sub-office in a strip mall. It was kind of funny how our perception was so off. Our appointment went well and really fast. It was so wonderful to spend the 4 ½ hour round trip child free! I enjoyed having that quality time with my dear husband.

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