My Mauritanian residency finally was approved. I now have a one residency and will no longer have to stand in a slow line to apply and pay for a one-month residency permit. I had to go down to the local Mauritanian consulate to complete the process.
This is the dark and dreary consulate office. I’m glad I didn’t have to go there alone. Two other expats (one Brazilian and one Canadian) were with me. James is in one pic, he’s the Canadian.
Then.....got word Spain residency has been approved so I'm off to California this coming Sunday for four days to get my Spanish residency papers.
Even though it's a short trip, I'll meet up with Barbara, as well see Alina, Brian and the kids.
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