This week we received notice that USCIS would be transferring our petition to bring our son to the United States to its field office in Seoul, Korea. Upon receiving a copy of the notice, our case manager congratulated us for reaching the end of the paper trail. At least for now. Once an adoption decree has been issued, the necessary paperwork to get him home will be required, but it will be completed locally, in Korea.
In the meantime, we will continue to do what we have become accustomed to doing: waiting. We will do so knowing that our waiting time shortens with each passing day and that miracles occur every single day.