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Re: Diversity Visa Immigrant? Welcome To America by Ibracadabra: 9:12am On Dec 24, 2012
papatee2: Which state are you? Also I told u to post d address where u booked ur ticket to me, I wanna book mine next week

Sorry bro for d late reply. I have been a little disorganised lately... Kindly type "Royal Air Maroc Lagos office" on Google and d exact address will come up. It's in VI but I have forgotten d precise address... I paid 138k, but it may have been risen because this is holiday season...

I wish you all d best.

Merry Christmas...
Re: Diversity Visa Immigrant? Welcome To America by gunners4u: 12:31am On Dec 25, 2012
Merry xmas house & hapi new year in advance
Re: Diversity Visa Immigrant? Welcome To America by temmytanny(m): 12:34am On Dec 25, 2012
July 19th 2011- I won the lottery
Sept 2011[/b]_ i sent my forms to KCC
[b]Jan 25th 2012
- I went for my interview(i wasnt granted but was scheduled for 2nd interview)
Feb 16th-I did my 2nd interview but no visa still.
March 12th-I was in Burkina-faso when my wife called me to inform me that embassy called us to come and drop our passport for visa.
April 2nd- Visited the embassy and dropped my passport
April 10th-We got our visa
May 30th - I booked my flight
Sept 8th - I arrived US of A.

A dream of 15years finally came to reality tru this lottery.Been very rough for me but i keep thanking God,You my pals,family and those who stood and belived in me.Now in my forth month in US,life has been going smoothly.
If God can do it for me,why not you? SUCCESS IS YOURS ALL IJN.


On behalf of myself and my humble family,i wish you all a fulfilling NEW YEAR to come and a blessed XMAS.

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Re: Diversity Visa Immigrant? Welcome To America by adesojiaderemi(m): 2:06am On Dec 25, 2012
temmytanny: July 19th 2011- I won the lottery
Sept 2011[/b]_ i sent my forms to KCC
[b]Jan 25th 2012
- I went for my interview(i wasnt granted but was scheduled for 2nd interview)
Feb 16th-I did my 2nd interview but no visa still.
March 12th-I was in Burkina-faso when my wife called me to inform me that embassy called us to come and drop our passport for visa.
April 2nd- Visited the embassy and dropped my passport
April 10th-We got our visa
May 30th - I booked my flight
Sept 8th - I arrived US of A.

A dream of 15years finally came to reality tru this lottery.Been very rough for me but i keep thanking God,You my pals,family and those who stood and belived in me.Now in my forth month in US,life has been going smoothly.
If God can do it for me,why not you? SUCCESS IS YOURS ALL IJN.


On behalf of myself and my humble family,i wish you all a fulfilling NEW YEAR to come and a blessed XMAS.


Yes temmy, I also join you to thank God for his goodness,there are three secret to greatness;God first,people second and you third.Love God with all of your heart and strength,love your neighbour just like yourself.
Re: Diversity Visa Immigrant? Welcome To America by adesojiaderemi(m): 11:04am On Dec 25, 2012
This is my best Christmas ever,I give thanks to God almighty for his goodness towards me and my family in this foreign land where I sojourn,in less than two years God has proofed himself great to me and my family.Moreover, since I have volunteered to reach my helping hands to people on this forum my life has never remain stagnant.

For my friends who has just immigrated,the beginning may be rough but I assure you joy comes latter, just hold on to God and do your best,sometimes it is not about the location but about your person, if you have a winning attitude you will survive anywhere and much more in a better environment.When I gazed through my window and saw some homeless people who were born and raised here I appreciate God more and realize some certain features are not by choice;your place of birth,your Parent and your color.Let us all keep hope alive and strife for the best.Merry Christmas!

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Re: Diversity Visa Immigrant? Welcome To America by Leripa(m): 12:37am On Dec 26, 2012
temmytanny: July 19th 2011- I won the lottery
Sept 2011[/b]_ i sent my forms to KCC
[b]Jan 25th 2012
- I went for my interview(i wasnt granted but was scheduled for 2nd interview)
Feb 16th-I did my 2nd interview but no visa still.
March 12th-I was in Burkina-faso when my wife called me to inform me that embassy called us to come and drop our passport for visa.
April 2nd- Visited the embassy and dropped my passport
April 10th-We got our visa
May 30th - I booked my flight
Sept 8th - I arrived US of A.

A dream of 15years finally came to reality tru this lottery.Been very rough for me but i keep thanking God,You my pals,family and those who stood and belived in me.Now in my forth month in US,life has been going smoothly.
If God can do it for me,why not you? SUCCESS IS YOURS ALL IJN.


On behalf of myself and my humble family,i wish you all a fulfilling NEW YEAR to come and a blessed XMAS.

i join you in glorifying God for His goodness upon your family.
Re: Diversity Visa Immigrant? Welcome To America by gunners4u: 11:54am On Dec 26, 2012
Pls house did i need any NDLEA clearance form to travel as an usa immigrant.
Re: Diversity Visa Immigrant? Welcome To America by adesojiaderemi(m): 12:09pm On Dec 26, 2012
gunners4u: Pls house did i need any NDLEA clearance form to travel as an usa immigrant.
Says who? I dont think you need it, may be is now compulsory sha.
Re: Diversity Visa Immigrant? Welcome To America by ogba1: 12:28pm On Dec 26, 2012
temmytanny: July 19th 2011- I won the lottery
Sept 2011[/b]_ i sent my forms to KCC
[b]Jan 25th 2012
- I went for my interview(i wasnt granted but was scheduled for 2nd interview)
Feb 16th-I did my 2nd interview but no visa still.
March 12th-I was in Burkina-faso when my wife called me to inform me that embassy called us to come and drop our passport for visa.
April 2nd- Visited the embassy and dropped my passport
April 10th-We got our visa
May 30th - I booked my flight
Sept 8th - I arrived US of A.

A dream of 15years finally came to reality tru this lottery.Been very rough for me but i keep thanking God,You my pals,family and those who stood and belived in me.Now in my forth month in US,life has been going smoothly.
If God can do it for me,why not you? SUCCESS IS YOURS ALL IJN.



On behalf of myself and my humble family,i wish you all a fulfilling NEW YEAR to come and a blessed XMAS.
We key into ur success story Temmy Tanny. Merry Xmas and Prosperous New year
Re: Diversity Visa Immigrant? Welcome To America by ojdollars(m): 3:30pm On Dec 26, 2012
Merry Xmas and a Prosperous New Year... Temmy Tammy... This your name sound like American white female name... Greetings
Re: Diversity Visa Immigrant? Welcome To America by adesojiaderemi(m): 4:28pm On Dec 26, 2012
Re: Diversity Visa Immigrant? Welcome To America by ojdollars(m): 4:31pm On Dec 26, 2012
Re: Diversity Visa Immigrant? Welcome To America by ojdollars(m): 4:32pm On Dec 26, 2012
The first thing is to establish yourself before going back to school. Is not about where you acquire your degree, is about the favor of God in your life. Before I finally sign off this forum for today, I will share this thread with you all for more Job information and where to make a good start.

http://www.nairaland.com/1142956/state-texas-important-information-inside

http://www.nairaland.com/1142974/relocate-state-texas


Click and read carefully... Many who made this decision are still being grateful to God. Is an assurance, there are so many jobs here. I can be of help in guiding you on how to get a Job and settle here in one of the most peaceful neighborhood in TX.
Re: Diversity Visa Immigrant? Welcome To America by adesojiaderemi(m): 4:32pm On Dec 26, 2012
ojdollars:

Thank you Sir..
Thanks Bro, you are welcome
Re: Diversity Visa Immigrant? Welcome To America by daddykelly(m): 10:45pm On Dec 26, 2012
nice
Re: Diversity Visa Immigrant? Welcome To America by lorddom(m): 9:14pm On Dec 27, 2012
I Hate 9ja: @ adesoji,temmy,brightmon,ibra,bobshina and co.........pls try and cheer them up......the remaining dv13 winner on their thread.i realized that most of them aint happy @ all due to the low visa bulletin number.........tension don high ooooo
I swear ohhhhhhhhhhh I realy donno why it should be slow this year...
Re: Diversity Visa Immigrant? Welcome To America by atseyi: 3:11am On Dec 28, 2012
temmytanny: July 19th 2011- I won the lottery
Sept 2011[/b]_ i sent my forms to KCC
[b]Jan 25th 2012
- I went for my interview(i wasnt granted but was scheduled for 2nd interview)
Feb 16th-I did my 2nd interview but no visa still.
March 12th-I was in Burkina-faso when my wife called me to inform me that embassy called us to come and drop our passport for visa.
April 2nd- Visited the embassy and dropped my passport
April 10th-We got our visa
May 30th - I booked my flight
Sept 8th - I arrived US of A.

A dream of 15years finally came to reality tru this lottery.Been very rough for me but i keep thanking God,You my pals,family and those who stood and belived in me.Now in my forth month in US,life has been going smoothly.
If God can do it for me,why not you? SUCCESS IS YOURS ALL IJN.


On behalf of myself and my humble family,i wish you all a fulfilling NEW YEAR to come and a blessed XMAS.
Thank God for everything, this is just a reality for those that are believing God for something , He will do all things.
Re: Diversity Visa Immigrant? Welcome To America by atseyi: 3:13am On Dec 28, 2012
I Just arrived Atlanta Today too, came through JFK so that was where immigration admited stamp on my passport. Guys what next?
Re: Diversity Visa Immigrant? Welcome To America by adesojiaderemi(m): 1:23pm On Dec 28, 2012
atseyi: I Just arrived Atlanta Today too, came through JFK so that was where immigration admited stamp on my passport. Guys what next?

You are welcome Atseyi, with the stamp on your Passport you can now identify the department of Homeland Security Administration in your area with the passport and start processing you SSC/N.The processing varies from state to state some may have you wait for 21 days and some may just allow you to apply right away.You will receive a welcoming letter within 10 days and your GC may come within 20 days.
Re: Diversity Visa Immigrant? Welcome To America by temmytanny(m): 1:31pm On Dec 28, 2012
atseyi: I Just arrived Atlanta Today too, came through JFK so that was where immigration admited stamp on my passport. Guys what next?
welcome bro
Re: Diversity Visa Immigrant? Welcome To America by ebykings(f): 1:54pm On Dec 28, 2012
atseyi: I Just arrived Atlanta Today too, came through JFK so that was where immigration admited stamp on my passport. Guys what next?

I thank God for journey mercies. Welcome
Re: Diversity Visa Immigrant? Welcome To America by atseyi: 2:19pm On Dec 28, 2012
adesojiaderemi@:


You are welcome Atseyi, with the stamp on your Passport you can now identify the department of Homeland Security Administration in your area with the passport and start processing you SSC/N.The processing varies from state to state some may have you wait for 21 days and some may just allow you to apply right away.You will receive a welcoming letter within 10 days and your GC may come within 20 days.

Ok, Thanks adesoji.. will do that asap!
Re: Diversity Visa Immigrant? Welcome To America by atseyi: 2:43pm On Dec 28, 2012
temmytanny: welcome bro
thanks temmy
Re: Diversity Visa Immigrant? Welcome To America by atseyi: 2:43pm On Dec 28, 2012
ebykings:

I thank God for journey mercies. Welcome

Thank You
 
Re: Diversity Visa Immigrant? Welcome To America by daddykelly(m): 1:21pm On Dec 29, 2012
we are coming soon
Re: Diversity Visa Immigrant? Welcome To America by temmytanny(m): 1:39pm On Dec 29, 2012
daddykelly: we are coming soon
WHATOUT!!!! grin grin
Re: Diversity Visa Immigrant? Welcome To America by gulfkid: 9:48am On Dec 30, 2012
@Temmytanny: I arrived Austin, Texas on the 25th with my wife and son. Trying to adjust to the time difference. you can see am still awake now cos i had slept when it was night in Nigeria grin. We are in North Lamar, Austin.
Re: Diversity Visa Immigrant? Welcome To America by gulfkid: 9:57am On Dec 30, 2012
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Re: Diversity Visa Immigrant? Welcome To America by gunners4u: 2:26pm On Dec 30, 2012
Bros temmy, hw long does medical result expire
Re: Diversity Visa Immigrant? Welcome To America by IHate9ja1(m): 2:49pm On Dec 30, 2012
gunners4u: Bros temmy, hw long does medical result expire
3monthz,i guess,u've gat to mak dis trip fast
Re: Diversity Visa Immigrant? Welcome To America by Tiwanna(f): 3:53pm On Dec 30, 2012
gunners4u: Bros temmy, hw long does medical result expire

some medicals are dated for 6 months while others are 3 months i suggest u leave in course of the 3 months.

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