yaaaaaay elf elf mabrook JayJ &wife, i'm really happy for u
this is really exciting to see good news from Amman and successfull interviews
can't wait to hear details abt how it went and her impression and even funny stories if she has
i'm glad she can go and hand in the passport, much better than sending it by post; even us, even if we need to take the plane i was thinking to go in person and submit it when the time comes and maybe do some travelling too
i would looooove to visit petra
now happy packing for her and good luck preparing her arrival for u!! have a lovely life together
Thanks so much, missmini.
For the interview, it was really comprehensive, but was actually enjoyable for her because the interviewer was really relaxed and funny.
He asked her about my family, about their jobs, about my job, about where she will be living, about my friends, about adapting to different things in Canada like the weather and culture, what I told her about Canada, what she likes about Canada, what she plans to do after she gets here (further education, a job, ...). He joked a lot, and at the end, he smiled and said he didn't have any concerns and that she should come back in a week to get PPR.
He's Korean and has been working as a VO officer for awhile, and has lived many places, so he turned out to be a really good interviewer to have, and you will probably be really lucky if you get him, too.