Two of the biggest things in my life have occurred in the last year: Kelley and I got married, and I got approval from the US State Department to live and work in this country on the basis of my importance as a writer of lesbian/science fiction. (Apparently I made legal history, the first out dyke to get something called a "national interest waiver" and admittance on the basis of being an "alien of exceptional ability.") The marriage has changed my life profoundly, in ways that would take too long to describe here. Let's just say I'm very happy, and quite lucky.*
I'm GLAD it takes all this to become a citizen. If you don't have any job skills, education, and aren't even RELATED to someone here, you SHOULD be OUT OF LUCK getting a green card. God, if you people are so antsy to give your money away, just send the checks to me.
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