Challenges in life are as big as we perceive them to be, but nothing is impossible if you put your mind to it and work hard to achieve it.

Always strive to be all you can be!


-Victor Sopuruchi Chukwueke

 

Dec. 18, 2012; A signed “Act of Congress” — is one of the happiest days of my life:

Wow!  I don’t know where to begin.  I feel so blessed.  My life has been quit a journey and at each step along the way, I have been fortunate to meet people who extends their hands of kindness to lift and support me.  This is true when the missionary nuns picked me up from abject poverty and brought me here for treatment.  It is also true now as you all work tireless hours to make me a U.S. permanent resident.

December 18, 2012, is one of the happiest days of my life; the passage of Senator Carl Levin’s private bill on my behalf signed into law today as an “Act of Congress” by President Obama is the best Christmas present ever!  And it wouldn’t have happened without all your incredible efforts.

Words cannot express my extreme appreciation for your support during this process.  I am truly humbled and blessed in so many ways by your kindness.   Having been in the U.S. for 11 years, it seems like nothing less than a miracle to have reached this point in my life.

This confirms my opinion that only in this country can so many miraculous and wonderful things happen to someone like me.

And now that the private bill has been approved, I will be able to move forward with my medical school aspirations of becoming a missionary doctor.

Thank you and God bless

Victor Chukwueke