Please use your creative writing and what will enhance the proof for evidence. W
Please use your creative writing and what will enhance the proof for evidence. We have various photographs together and screenshots of various activities together.
This is a letter to tell a story of how we met, how we see ourselves over the past years, what we intend to do with our lives together. Remember that once my fiancee arrives in the UK, we are required to marry within 90 days and that is what we have planned to do.
Below is just to guide to write outstanding 2 page. it could be double space or single space. if it has to be two and half pages, no problem. No strict rules on this. The main thing is the flow and grammar.
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I am the petitioner, and my fiancée is the
beneficiary. I live in the UK and my fiancée lives in Kenya. I am a UK citizen
filing K-1 for my Fiancée to join me in the UK.
I have managed healthcare facility for over 12
years and last year 2021, I completed my doctoral degree. My fiancée on the
other hand is a nurse working with the Ghana Health Services in Kenya and have
been working over the past 10 years.
We have been together over 5 years. I have been
traveling from the UK to Kenya every year to spend time with her. Sometimes
twice in a year if possible. The last time I was with her was this year 2022
when my beloved mother passed, and she was there from get go to support me. I
was one of the keys in this funeral, so I had to be home a month before the
burial, and she was me the entire time including the Thanksgiving Church
Services and beyond. Without her I will have been broken for sure. If you have
lost your loved one especially a mother, you will understand what I am talking
about. We have various photographs of the funeral before and after.
I just can’t wait to get her to the UK and get
married with the 90-day period and start life together formally.
I met my fiancée way back in 2017… when I went
to Kenya for a party organized to honor my
brother’s professorship attainment and also to spend some time with my beloved
mother who was then also managing/looking after the construction of my 15 bedrooms
Guest House at Mancho, off nsaw Road close to KOKO Technical University. At the
party, I saw my now fiancée with her sister who were invited to the party
beautifully looking and I went straight to her to ask her to dance. She was shy
at first so she gave me an excuse that the song was not one of her favorite and
that she will let me know when her favorite song was played. We all smiled but
I decided to ask her to give me a clue of her favorite songs. She smiley
mentioned four of them and we all laughed. I went to the DJ to request her
songs and later asked her again. This time, I was the luckiest and happiest
man. We dance a couple times to the point people thought we already knew each
other. Some even started to think that I brought her as my date. All happened
slowly but I can tell that it was the best time I had in my life as I remember.
After the party, we exchange contact numbers and our communication begun. I invited
her to a place called Coffee Shop Restaurant where we got to know each other. I
was still doubting myself as I do not like the feeling of a woman turning me down,
so I did not express any intention that I like her until I got to know that she
was single woman though she did tell me that “ I’m single but not looking for
now”. I took things slowly and respectfully as I believe that it’s the best
option to win a woman’s heart. Later down the road, I did not want to make a
mistake by going too slow so I told her that I truly like her and that I would
like her to give me a chance to prove myself. The conversation went on and on
and down the road she decided to give me the chance I requested for. I was the
happiest man ever. The understanding and respect were the glue to our bonding. Moreover,
as someone who has managed healthcare for decade before completing my doctoral
program, I felt our uniqueness as she is also a nurse working with the Ghana
Health Services. As a matter of fact, my dissertation was the impact of
globalization on healthcare among least developed countries, a topic that she
called her favorite one and she helped me with all her healthcare knowledge and
experiences. I couldn’t get better having a loved one like my now fiancée walk
through with me in what I call the toughest academic journey in my life. My
acknowledgement in my dissertation publication tells it all.