Discussion in 'Rat on a Rat' started by Plums, Aug 3, 2017.
LOL!! Just like that!!
Who does k need to contact
I would contact the US embassy in Tunis
Address: Les Berges du Lac - 1053 Tunis, Tunisia
Phone: +216 71 107 000
Fax: +216 71 107 090
E-mail: [email protected]
Also, contact the United States Embassy in the UK after that, just in case.
If she’s up to it - ICE and homeland security too!
She has his visa number and a copy of his visa, that helps a lot too.
What is ICE?
Immigration and Customs Enforcement. They the ones who deport people who come into the country illegally.
Give them something to do besides brutalizing and separating families of asylum seekers, many of whom are fleeing violence and are willing to work. Let’s see if they can get some of these bezeness boys out of here.
Forgot he robbed a bunch of people. Was he ever busted for it? If so that is documentation.
Send any evidence to H.R. of the cruise line company also
Voice concern over possible terrorist affiliations.
Any criminal record alone should be a red flag.
The problem is that he probably has a squeaky clean Tunisian record, and the English history was conveniently omitted.
He blacked out the name of the cruise line he may plan to work for, but lucky for us there aren’t too many out there. I doubt there are more than 15 or 20 different ones. And I am sure they do not want employees with a history of thievery and violence.
Nice dress. Did it come with a pole?
A cat with a rat in her claws. Brilliant idea for a statue.
Thought that was his bum.
In Tunisia, you can bribe officials to give you a clean history
Your criminal past disappears from your life.
However, he cannot bribe English officials to have his offences in England erased, nor can he hide his deportation....so contacting the American Embassy in London is a must.
I’m sure a background check can turn up the cruise line.
Must be nice. I can’t even find the on ramp.
He is still married with UK wife, isn't he?
I do hope she will contact the authorities to stop this masquerade. Shame on US authorities. They don't check who they let to the country.
It all depends on the type of visa. This is a non-immigrant visa and it doesn’t allow him to live and work in the US. It allows him to work for a cruise line. Since cruises depart from the United States, they allow him to enter the country in order to get on board the ship. He can not remain in the US for more than 29 days.
It might depend on whether he was actually convicted for any criminal activity? Was he deported because he was no longer living with his wife? In which case it would be because he failed to adhere to the requirements of the spouse visa. That may not prevent him from entering other countries. He might only transit through the UK so not officially entering the country.
Inform them that he is a flight risk.