Monday, May 23, 2016: We went to the immigration office in downtown New Orleans for my citizenship interview. It is a very serious place and you have to go through security to get in. Then I got a call for my interview, I entered the interview room; I was nervous because it was a serious place and it had a cold feel about it. I had to swear to tell the truth at the beginning of the interview and the interview began. I was sitting there answering the history and civic questions when suddenly I felt my lower back was in pain and my ear a bit trouble. Then I realized that this lady must have these problems. I waited for her to finish the interview and then I asked her whether she had these problems. She asked me why I asked. I told her that I sometimes feel pain of others when I’m around them. She said in fact, I have pain right now. I asked her “would you mind if I pray for you." She said, "Yes, I have been asking God to heal me for the last two weeks." At this point, I could see the tears in her eyes and the change on her face and attitude towards me. She was no longer serious and cold. She became more friendly and happy because the Lord entered the room. After praying, she hugged me and said thanks for praying. She also met my husband in the waiting room and thanked him also. When I met her again on Friday May 26, 2019 at my swearing in ceremony, she smiled at me and told me since I prayed for her; she has felt better.