At best, I expected a note from the Ukrainian side saying "we need the document to include these 10 things..." and then our homestudy agency saying "We can't include those without documentation verifying these 7 things" and so we'd spend Tuesday morning requesting those 7 things, pushing papers around, and waiting some more. Instead, I saw a series of emails between my agencies ending in
Agency A: Please find attached the corrected draft home study report for Robert andJulie. Once I have your approval, our agency will finalize the report.
Agency B: This looks great! Thanks for making those changes and you are ready tofinalize.What? Just like that it was all done. Documents should be getting notarized and sent to the necessary places today.
Now, USCIS approval is in the works. Meanwhile, we need to get the 34 other documents in our stack notarized and sealed and delivered to the agency.