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Address6F, Kwang Hwa Moon Building
211, Sejong-Ro
Chongro-Ku
110-050 Seoul
South Korea
Phonelocal: (02) 399.2780
international: +82.2.399.2780
Faxlocal: (02) 399.2779
international: +82.2.399.2779
Emailkor@mofa.gov.tw
Web sitehttp://www.taiwanembassy.org/KR

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MOHAMMAD ABU TAHER
Tue, 29 May 2012 03:50 EDT
DESIRE TO GET VISA.
DESIRE TO GET VISA.
DEAR SIR, GOOD DAY TO YOU. I AM A BANGLADESHI CITIZEN.I WAS A POLITICAL MAN IN BANGLADESH. I THINK YOU BETTER KNOW ABOUT PRESENT SITUATION OF BANGLADESH.I WAS A FULL MEMBER OF BANGLADESH JAMAAT-E-ISLAMI. NOW MAXIMUM LEADER & WORKER INCLUDING OUR PRESIDENT,FORMER PRESIDENT, VICE PRESIDENT,SECRETARY GENERAL & OTHERS IN JAIL. PRESENT GOVERMENT. AWAMI LEAGUE, HAVE BEEN DOING INJUSTICE PRESECUTION AGAINST OUR PARTY. GOVT. ISSUED FALSE & LIE CASE AGAINST OUR LEADER. SO IT WAS DIFFICULT FOR ME TO LIVE MY COUNTRY, FOR THAT REASON I LEFT BANGLADESH & GOT SHELTER TO SOUTH KOREA.UNFORTUNITELY , MINISTRY OF JUSTICE DID DECLINE MY SHELTER HERE, SO IMMIGRATION TOLD ME I HAVE TO LEAVE BEFORE 28 TH JUNE 2012.SO I NEED SHELTER OF OTHER COUNTRY.IN THIS CONNECTION I AM KEEN INTERESTED TO SHELTER TAIWAN. BEFORE I TRAVELLED ABOUT 20 COUNTRIES. BUT I LIKE TAIWAN. SO THEREFORE,IF YOU KINDLY ISSUE VISA IN FAVOUR OF ME , THEN I SHALL VERY GRATEFULL & IT WILL BE HIGHLY APPRECIATE.PLS INFORM ME THAT WILL BE POSSIBLE OR NOT BY MAIL OR SMS . MY HP NO. 01080981892 EMAIL : taher0189@yahoo.com . THANK YOU VERY MUCH SIR.

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