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Today we sent another signed and notarized form to Haiti to get Asher's visa. And it appears he will enter the US with IR4 status and not IR3 status as we had hoped. All that means is he will not be a citizen of the USA until we readopt him (long boring story-if you really want to know it email me).
Boy this has been a roller coaster but we are still right there and ready! I actually see the Lord's hand in all this. He is Faithful. Just before we found out Asher's file was out of MOI, Brad had started a job at work that would consume many hours of his time. Since he is the one traveling to Haiti to receive his son, it may have been a little crazy trying to pick him up. But we weren't too worried at the time as we thought we had plenty of time. Then shortly after that we found out Asher was approved for his passport, and a few days after that it was printed. OK, we got very nervous. Did I mention that Brad is working 7 days a week, OT, and over night? Crazy. But this job is also bringing the much needed extra money we need to bring him home.
Of course, if we were told to pick him up, Brad, although delirious, would be on the next plane. Well, this job is finally coming to an end next week. And then his normal work hours will be in place. So I am relieved that he did not need to travel during this hectic schedule.
We do want to bring my baby home. And we are Praying Asher doesn't get sick. I'm not happy about having to readopt under a deadline (does anyone know how quick I need to do this?) But at least we know that our son's name is going to be Asher Calerbe (see prior post). God confirms this over and over and we have no reason not to add Asher now. Readoption is not optional now :-) God will supply all we need!