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I See Your Point :(

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Submitted by Robin (United States), Aug 22, 2019 at 09:33

After reading your post, I see that your situation is indeed different from mine. I'm in the U.S., he's from Morocco and presently in South Korea (even though he said he was in Italy now - I know that is b.s.). It would be very difficult for him to enter the U.S. legally, even more so now because of his revoked petition. He could try to enter illegally from Mexico (we actually discussed this at one point), but he would have to have the means to travel to Mexico from South Korea first, and there are no guarantees he would be successful. Even if he was successful, he would be an illegal alien, so he would have to remain under the radar or risk deportation. Causing me any problems would put him on the radar, and might even cause his death at my hands. No, I'm not kidding. I already told him this, and hope he took it seriously (even though he acted like he didn't). The U.S. government knows why I withdrew his petition, and that I don't want him here under any circumstances. It would not be wise of him to come here now.

I'm very sorry you're having to deal with this situation. These men are like parasites that burrow under the skin. They are next to impossible to get rid of. Even for someone like me, who knows objectively that he is unlikely to ever get into the U.S., it is like a constant black cloud over my head - one that could discharge lightning at any moment. As secretive as he is, it wouldn't do me any good to have contact with him or anyone who knows him. He lets no one know what he is doing, or what he is planning. It's actually pretty scary. What little I have managed to discover tells me there is no limit to his depravity - everyone and everything is fair game. What I wouldn't give to be able to turn back time and steer well clear of him. :(

Take care of yourself, and keep us informed. I wish you all the best. If you ever need assistance, and it is something I can provide, please don't hesitate to ask. We are all in this shark cage together. :(

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