Called PGN

They don’t have record of us.

Two hours later:  I started to write the above post and my agency called.  I had just sent them an e-mail saying that PGN has no record of us and wasn’t really sure what that meant but they should know about it.  Well, the reason they had no record is that we are OUT of PGN!  Joe and I are both in shock.  For so long I waited for this day and now that it is here, I am totally weirded out. 

The birth mother needs to sign off one final time – that usually happens within one week.  So, once she has done the final sign-off, Nathanael is legally ours.  Gulp and Hurrah!

 

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2 Responses to “Called PGN”


  1. 1 Steph April 16, 2008 at 8:11 pm

    WOOHOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! What an amazing day!!!!!!!!! HUGE congrats!!!!

    See you in Guate! 😉 What should we do this time?

  2. 2 Susan D. April 16, 2008 at 10:47 pm

    So cool. And so happy for you!!


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Little E



This is an outfit we sent him!

Process

Application to agency: 2/7/07 Dossier to agency: 7/30/07
i171h: 9/6/07
Referral: 9/13/07
POA to Guatemala: 9/28/07
DNA auth: 11/29/07
Enter family court: 12/18/07
DNA test: 1/16/08
Birth mother interview: 1/16/08
DNA test results to embassy: 1/23/08
Registered with the CNA: 2/11 (grandfathered in)
Exit family court: 2/11/08
Pre-approval: 3/6/08
Enter PGN: 3/12/08
Exit PGN: 4/16/08
Adoption decree signed: 4/17/08
New birth certificate: 4/22/08
New passport: 4/25/08
Orange: 5/5/08
2nd DNA Test: 5/8/08
Pink: TBD
Embassy appt:

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