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Mistress of husband applied for visas Japanese and Chinese embassies

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clrc78


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Mistress of my husband applied for visas at the Japanese and Chinese Embassy using my married name. I do not know how she was able to get a passport as married to my husband at DFA but I guess she must have submitted a faked marriage contract.I found out she used surname of my husband from a document I got from the Bureau of Immigration. How do I inform DFA about this matter that her passport was acquired fraudulently? and likewise advised the Japanese and Chinese Embassies? Actually they traveled together already last 2007 and I fear they might travel again together. Worst she also used the surname of my husband on the Facebook featuring several photos of them hugging together. I found out only about their affair last December and they have a 16 yearold son.My husband and I are very much married for the past 24 years and we have two kids. He doesnt sleep at home saying he has a side line job in the evening to make extra income to support our 17 year old son who is a special child.I want to file multiple cases against the woman first, 9262, falsification of documents and more...am just gathering enough evidences to prove this.

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attyLLL


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write a courteous letter with your findings and evidence and send to the dfa, and embassies of china and japan. deliver them in a sealed envelope. no guarantee that any action will be taken.

note that it was advised previously that you can file a case against her for violation of the anti-alias law.

you can file a case of psychological violence against your husband for repeated infidelity but it may be difficult to prove the charge. good luck.


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