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.
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