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1 Potential Illegal entry on Sun Jul 01, 2012 6:25 pm

mdventura


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Dear everyone,

I have an inquiry, what is the best thing to do to stop someone leaving the country as she intended to over stay and became an illegal entry as what she did when she went to Japan for 5 years.
She was put behind bars for illegal entry then eventually was sent home.
Now she intend to leave the country again and intend to over stay in Korea.
We managed to get a copy of her case record as an illegal entry forwarded by Japan immigration.

Now the question is, is this enough evidence to forward to Korean immigration so they won't let her enter the country?

Or should we inform Korean immigration to contact Japan immigration to be aware of this person entering the country?

This person is my friend's relatives and she is a very nasty person so she deserved to be stop escaping from the troubles she made for her. Suspect Suspect Suspect



Last edited by mdventura on Sun Jul 01, 2012 6:43 pm; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : additional information)

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2 Re: Potential Illegal entry on Mon Jul 02, 2012 10:20 pm

attyLLL


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once granted, a visa won't necessarily be revoked by a government. you can try your plan, but i would not be surprised if the korean govt does nothing.


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3 Re: Potential Illegal entry on Mon Jul 02, 2012 10:53 pm

mdventura


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Thanks! The immigration already responded that they will keep an eye on her upon arrival! I was informed she will be sent back upon arrival, so it will be airport to airport case even visa was already issued as they take potential illegal entry reports seriously. Embarassed Rolling Eyes

attyLLL wrote:once granted, a visa won't necessarily be revoked by a government. you can try your plan, but i would not be surprised if the korean govt does nothing.

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