Once upon a time in sunny Florida, an immigration firm known for its ‘out-of-this-world’ services faced an unusual challenge. They received a request from a group of extraterrestrial beings, fresh from the Andromeda galaxy, seeking to become American citizens.
The head attorney, Joe, scratched his head. “We’ve helped people from all over the world, but this is literally a whole new universe of problems,” he mused.
The aliens, who communicated through a series of beeps and colorful light patterns, presented their case. Their spaceship, shaped like a giant Florida orange, had accidentally landed in Miami due to a faulty GPS (Galactic Positioning System). Enamored by Florida’s beaches and all-year-round sunshine, they decided to stay.
Joe and his team got to work, diving into immigration law books and even trying to reach out to NASA for advice. Meanwhile, the aliens, mistaking a law book for a menu, tried to order a “Green Card with a side of Naturalization.”
At the citizenship interview, the aliens, dressed in Hawaiian shirts and flip-flops to blend in, were asked about American history. “Who was the first President of the United States?” The aliens, after a brief huddle, proudly answered, “E.T.?”
Despite the language barrier and some comical misunderstandings, Joe’s team managed to pull off the impossible. The aliens were granted citizenship on the grounds of exceptional cultural exchange. The ceremony was a sight to behold, with the aliens swearing allegiance to the flag while their spaceship hovered nearby, casting a neon glow.
In the end, Joe realized that no matter how different their clients might be, the joy of helping someone find their place in the world (or the universe) was universal.
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