Finally I was admitted into America.

An immigration officer stopped me to entry formalities.

They took my passport away from me.

Then the other man brought me to another place.

I didn't understand what happen to me.

There were many people over 50.

They had same problem with me.

Immigration officer questioned of work, time in US or marriage.

I asked the immigration officer.

"Where is my passport?
Where is my baggage?
When can I continue?
How long is your question going to take?
because I have a flight that will leave soon."

He answered, "no problem just sit here."

I was so afraid that I wouldn't enter America and would have to return to Japan.

.........then I waited 3 hours.

after that, one of the Immigration officer called my name.

He brought me to another room and ask me some easy questions.

and he stamped passport and I was on my way to America.

Fortunately, I flew out on the last flight on that day.

then finally I met my friend Dokkyo in Des Moines

Hello Des Moines.

I live in his house.
Dokkyo Thank you very much for your hospitality!

Hello America! My American dream has come true!
Immigration is first and highest wall for me.

but I broke through.


I go to U.S to learn English.

I wanna learn English.

Thats why I go to U.S

Anyway that is easy I go.

who knows what happen in U.S.

but I think this world is made of Love and Fear.

Im sure I have always some fear.

but I believe The world and People gives me much Love.

So I will go anywhere I want.

Because of Visa.I can stay in U.S only 3 month.

Time is limited, but possibility is limitless.

I will feel U.S. through my sense.

I stay most of this time at Des moines, State of Iowa.

Because my Friend who invited me "referendum movement in Japan" lives there.

So I visit him. I meet him for the first time in half year.

fortunately Des Moines where Capital city of Iowa is one of the most important city for the presidential election.

wikipedia said

Des Moines is an important city in U.S. presidential politics because it is the capital of Iowa, which is home to the first caucuses of the presidential primary cycle. Hence, many presidential candidates set up campaign headquarters in Des Moines. A 2007 article in The New York Times stated "if you have any desire to witness presidential candidates in the most close-up and intimate of settings, there is arguably no better place to go than Des Moines".

I want to know how they talk about Politic and presidential primaries.
Also I wanna talk about those thema with U.S beautiful women haha ^^

Im so excited to stay in U.S!!

P.S I come back to Japan at 6. Oct 2015
I try to not forget Japanese and German. haha.

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