Re: immigration fraud
- From: "Mark" <markpatel478@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 15 Jan 2006 12:53:02 -0800
I understand where you're coming from, but it is not a matter of
revenge for me. It is a case of doing the right thing. We can't let
these kinds of people continue to get away with this fraud. If there
is a way to deport this so-called wife, then I feel that I should do my
best and take every possible action. Sometimes you have to keep on
pushing and pushing to get the right results. I am just trying to
understand all the motives, who knew, who was involved, etc.
I've spoken to Lawyers and I will not go through an immigration lawyer
to fight my case, as it is too costly...
I am aware that this information is posted publicly, however it is not
much of a concern to me.
Thanks for your advice.
> Why on earth do you even care? I mean, what possible use to you is the
> information? There's absolutely nothing you can do about it... and
> revenge is an all-consuming trap! Talk to a lawyer and get yourself
> some good advice about your next steps! A public newsgroup, which she
> or someone in her family might also read, is not the place to discuss
> such things!
> Posted via http://britishexpats.com
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