No, She is not in a relationship with anybody A romance some while ago petered out. Nor does she have any children, here of elsewhere.
Unfortunately that solution (persecution/torture) doesn`t seem to be available. I suppose the persecution prospect could be conjured up, but in this case I happen to know that her landlady is severely averse to controversial publicity. What we need, if possible, is a smooth solution such a letter promising domestic employment or credit for several years of working as a carer.
Tom -- very many thanks for your advice. Truly appreciated. I hope that my credit card got to you to cover your fee. I`m still feeling that the `amnesty` route -- discussed in saloon bars where I live -- could potentially provide her with salvation. I must track down the history of such rulings. Best regards, gerald.
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