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stinkerbell

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  1. The only thing that family has found so far is the divorce papers between mom and step dad. Not sure if that would be enough? I am backing out of this a while since he is resistant to doing anything to help his current situation. I discovered that this child is actually 50 years old. Appreciate the help and advice that you all have provided. Will check back later this week.
  2. Am not sure what you are searching on. The deportation is pending documents of some sort. Mom's Thai passport was given up when she was naturalized and hard to say what else she still has. You would think the government could find that if they wanted to. Feel free to PM. Thanks.
  3. I am trying to gather information for a relative that is being deported soon from the U.S. His mother is Thai, his stepfather was US military. He came to the US when he was about 5 with his mom and stepdad and has been in the US for about 40 years now. He got into some trouble with the law (no violent crime) but now they are going to deport him to a country where he knows nobody. His mother became a US citizen after he turned 18 and he never bothered to get naturalized and he was never legally adopted by his American stepdad. This is new news to him and to us. Just wondering if anyone knows what the Thai will do with him once he arrives in Bangkok? Is there available assistance for him to help get him set up there? He has some money and his US family will help, but initially he will arrive with very little. Not sure if this is the correct forum to ask about this. If not I would appreciate it if you could point me in the right direction. Thanks.
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