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    Quote Originally Posted by Chico View Post
    Wouldn't be concerned about getting questioned just get on and do what needs to be done,and don't tell the wife what your doing.

    Understand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paranha View Post
    Have shared custody but somehow my ex managed to get a thai passport for the girl and thus cancelling the nationality she had. Without my acceptance nor awareness. So embassy recommends to get sole custody but it's a long process.
    Are you certain that her other Nationality was cancelled ?
    Thailand and Sweden (I assume thats the other Nationality) both allow Children to have dual Nationality

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    Quote Originally Posted by paranha View Post
    no.

    my daughter is extremely smart and aware. She had extreme problems answering. I asked a simple question and had to wait 6-7 sec before she was able to answer and one single syllable. That ain't my girl for sure. She was like dead.
    Maybe her Mother was there and prompting her what to say ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by paranha View Post

    Can anybody give any advice how to track her down in thailand?
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    Did She leave any devices behind (Computer/Telephone) with her Facebook password "remembered" by the computer ?
    If so, just log in and see what shes up to .
    Or make an alias Facebook profile and send her a friend request

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldrick View Post
    PM fluke
    I also thought of our resident expert. Good lad he is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paranha View Post
    Does anybody have any recommendations about assistance?
    As Luigi said, first hire a private investigator to find out where she is.

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    Good luck finding your daughter. Finding her shouldn't be that hard. But I don't know how you will ever get her out of Thailand.

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    Are you sending your ex any sort of financial support? If so, suspend it immediately. You'll soon find out what's important to them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluke View Post

    Thailand and Sweden (I assume thats the other Nationality) both allow Children to have dual Nationality
    Only up til the age of 18.
    DUAL CITIZENSHIP: NOT RECOGNIZED. Exceptions: Child born abroad to Thai parents, who obtains the citizenship of the foreign country of birth, may retain dual citizenship until reaching the age of majority (18). At this point, person must choose which citizenship to retain.
    A Thai woman who marries a foreign national and acquires her husband's citizenship has technically lost her Thai citizenship. Should the marriage end in death or divorce, the Thai national woman could regain her Thai citizenship. This is an unofficial dual citizenship designed to protect female Thai nationals.

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    Once they are 18 they are not considered kids anymore. :rollereyes:

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingwilly
    Once they are 18 they are not considered kids anymore. :rollereyes:
    No matter what their age they're still your kids.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic
    No matter what their age they're still your kids.
    And what the fuck does that have to do with their citizenship rights or lack there of ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingwilly
    And what the fuck does that have to do with their citizenship rights or lack there of ?
    Nothing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paranha View Post
    Hello.

    I need some advice. are there any good services to track down my daughter?

    Been kidnapped from a central european country to thailand.

    Can anybody give any advice how to track her down in thailand?

    Daughter is five years old.
    Paranha, after almost four months have you been successful locating your child ?

    If so have you been able to a facilitate a meeting to see your child and/or mediate a mutual child visitation or custody arrangement with the child's mother ?

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