One small step towards America, one giant leap towards a new life~
Ok, this will be the “try post” where I will see if I want to continue writing in Estonian or if I should convert to English (keep in mind that even though I have had lots of practice, my English is not perfect).
I got my I-20 today! Or, well yesterday since it is already past twelve here.
Anyway, I had quite a busy day today because of that. From getting an appointment to US Embassy to getting a photo done for DS-160 Form - A form that I filled out more than an hour since it had questions not only about university, residency and stuff but also pages upon pages with questions like “Are you a terrorist?”, “Do you plan to do anything illegal while staying in America?”, “Are you a spy?” etc. Not even kidding. But I guess they need to know that stuff. Though why would anyone actually say in their visa application that they are a terrorist? Oh well… - to paying about 4000 EEK for SEVIS number and for an appointment with the Embassy, and finally filling out that form. I have few more things to do, but I will spare you from the boring details.
Rest of this week is going to be crazy. Tomorrow I need to prepare everything I need to bring to the Embassy and I am going to meet up with a friend, who I haven’t seen for a half a year. On Wednesday, I will be visiting Tallinn for the visa thingy. Friday, we are going to the Leigo Lake concert thingy with my mom’s work place (pharmacy people). And, of course, I need to spend time with my friends. Who knows for how long I will stay here? As much as I know, student visas usually take about a week to make.
I hope that rest of the process will go as smoothly as it has been going~
Btw, it would be awesome if you would let me know if you like my writing style better in English or Estonian.