This morning we had basically accepted the idea that because our paperwork arrived in Ethiopia so late (yesterday, and it's supposed to be here at least a week in advance) we probably wouldn't pass today but still hopefully before closures. So we went to court and the waiting room was packed. We had heard horror stories of the judge closing down court because of people being too loud (the waiting room shares a paper-thin wall with her office) and this was no quiet room so we were all nervous. A lady then came in and started speaking Amharic. Everyone got quiet while she spoke but as soon as she left the room the noise level resumed. I asked our guide what she said and he said, "basically, be quiet." Now we were really getting anxious, but thankfully, we were the next group called in. She asked us a few simple questions and then told us everything was there, we passed! Solomon is now a Paladino!