Journey to Jail, part three

Essentially, I have no passport but I am in a foreign country.

Almost certainly not going to jail. Immigration officer realizes that I am a victim.

Rita was waiting at the office. We drove to Immigration. Her contact was most decidedly not available. They have lost my passport entirely.

Essentially, I have no passport but I am in a foreign country.

Immigration is indicating that they understand that I legally hired someone to do my paperwork and that that person did not do said paperwork. Everyone is in a quandary: I have no passport and no visa, Rita has to pay approx. $2000+ out of her pocket to recoup losses, and the immigration office cannot verify when I entered the country of Bolivia in order to properly fine Rita. Score.

We are going back tomorrow morning and will be accompanied by the regional American Consul who will attempt to buy me more time while the U.S. provides me with a new passport.

But no jail. Theoretically.

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Kelly DeBolt August 4, 2009 Reply

Hugs. I'll be praying for you Lorien. Just remember God always works things out for His will. 🙂

Becky Foster August 5, 2009 Reply

I’m so sorry you’re going through this! Praying for you & for your partner in this … um … debacle. Katherine’s cleared, right? As I’m sure you soon will be!

Shirley Johnson September 30, 2009 Reply

Waiting to read #4 and praying you are totally OK.

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