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Trip to Immigration

by:John

Hello everyone,

  
 I’m typin out this post with some very thick and swollen fingers.  Unfortunately, I jammed a couple of fingers on my right hand durring a flag-football game, making it very painful to do just about anything, including typing.  To make matters even more uncomfortable, I think that I cracked a rib too the same day making a diving catch- I caught the ball, but then landed on it. 

Anyway, I just wanted to give a quick update and ask for prayer.  Rachel and I just went in for our immigration appointment today.  To sum it up, it didn’t go very well.  The fact that Rachel and I go to a missionary college that pays for all of our room and board makes it difficult for them to be confident that we will not be a drain on Gov’t resources.  Basically, they need to see that an applicant has been making 120% of the poverty line for a family of that size.  We, being a family of three would need to show that we have made around $20,000 a year for the last three years.  I think I made about 3,000 last year…

So, they said they’d review it and let us know "in the near future".  We are just trusting the Lord here with this- what else can we do?  Please pray that His will be done and for us to be able to trust him as we face uncertainty.  Perhaps, this is not the time for Rachel to begin her permanent residency here.  I don’t know.  It’s tough though because, we want to be, and try to be very hardworking individuals.  It just doesn’t reflect that in our salaries, nor do we care about that.  God has continuously taken care of us and we know he will continue to do so.

Well, I don’t believe that the Lord is asking is to hold off on internship right now so, we are going to press forward with the plans for Hyderabad.  Please do pray for us though.  It sure feels like we are way behind.

God bless all of you,

John & Rachel Clancy 

One Response to “Trip to Immigration”

  1. Rachel Ford
    November 4th, 2005 13:54
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    Hey John and Rachel

    I like your new site design! It looks beautiful. I had to be joint sponsored by someone… Michael Brodeur did it for me. All I had to do was have him fill out the sponsorship forms and state that his income was over 120% poverty line even if his family included me. He had to include tax returns and maybe other stuff, I don’t remember. But this is probably all they’ll ask you to do if they deny you as the sole sponsor, John. I’ll be praying for you guys. I’m finally in Canada since I have my permanent residency, so after four years I’m finally done. Yours will go much quicker I know.

    Love you

    Rae

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