Monday, June 4, 2007

What's next?

These photos are of a Kazakh girl wearing a wonderful dandelion crown, the famous Kazakh hunting, pet-eagle and the flag of Kazakhstan (note: The eagle flies under the sun).

The finger printing appointment at the Dept. of Homeland Security/Customs and Immigration Services went well. We arrived at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday morning to a line up of the GR international melting pot. The machine digitally read our fingers while we watched on-screen for the unique patterning. The purpose of this round of finger printing is for the United States government to approve our adoption from Kazakhstan.

While waiting 1-2 months for this one page letter of approval we still have a few more forms to complete.

In the meantime we are enjoying the warm spring and family traditions of the season.

1 comment:

johnson-kenney crew said...

That must have been pretty cool to see your fingerprints being digitally patterned. What an adorable little girl in that pic. My heart skipped a beat when I saw it. Everyday I pray for this process you are going through. H