Well, I guess all of you is pretty curious of what happened and what is happening right now with the me-stuck-in-Zanzibar-thing. And I made a new category for it as well!! A little bit of ironic thoug..
As I wrote in the other post I contacted the Swedish embassy and the consul of honorary and told them everything. Then I also contacted our contact person at the immigration and after serval conversations by phone with him and his bosses and their bosses and surely someone else, he called me back and asked; "What is your nationality?" "Swedish." Ok, then he wanted to meet me in town yesterday and the only thing I needed to bring was my passport. My heart starting to beat like hell; why did they care about my nationality?
But I felt that I needed to do everything to solve this, so I went to town yesterday and met our guy. I told him the whole story again and he made som calls and looked at passport and tickets and the visa for USA. He told me that it's only Sweden as country that is the problem, if I was from Germany it wouldn't be a problem. A law says this right now. "Right now?! What is right now??" He didn't had answer on that but he told me to go to the airport to meet the in charge boss if immigration there. I asked him to come with me and he quickly said "NO!", shocked his head and got a little bit nervous. HAPP! What the fuck is going on now?! Why can't my immigration guy follow me to immigration at the airport..? I called the consul of honorary and asked her to come with me. I also called the embassy on my way and told them everything.
At the airport we met the in charge boss and once again I told them everything. But we got the same answer as earlier; there is a law that says that since I'm not a resident I'm not aloud to do traveling to other countries except Sweden. And yes, there is only Sweden this law applies to.
I cried once again. I called the embassy once again and told them what had happened and they couldn't understand this at all. The consult called me later during the afternoon and told me that she has been in contact with the embassy as well and now they decided that she would go today for a meeting at the immigration office to actually see the paper of this stupid law they're talking about. I gave her all numbers and name that I could remember and begged her to keep me updated.
Today she called me after the meeting, unfortunately and not surprising there was no paper on the law but the embassy was informed about this and they're not accepting this. They're on it.
So, everything is still on the move and it all escalate for every conversation we are doing. It feels so good that I actually didn't accepted this and contacted the embassy straight away. Cause the embassy won't drop this, since Tanzania is the biggest aid country for Sweden and starting to make shitty rules for Swedish citizen is not a smart thing to do. IF their should be special rules it would be wisest of Tanzania/Zanzibar to make them to benefit for Swedish citizens. This thing might doesn't work out so I can get to USA from here but it might can prevent that it happens again or that Tanzania/Zanzibar trying to make their on rules.
To be continued.