The agency was IEEC, in Korhat City.
As you have said that a visitors visa would not be likely to succeed, I was thinking we could apply for a fiance visa to settle permanently. I am concerned though as she would not want to be parted from her son and we would need to consider that it is not just her but would also include the boy. This is all getting very complicated as they have not yet decided to marry! would it be better for my son to go out to Thailand, marry her there and then apply for a spouse visit? I want to present him with the options he has.
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