Unable to stay in America, the former Japanese princess and her husband will have to face an unprecedented future fate

In recent days, the Japanese media has been extremely interested in the news that Kei Komuro – the ex-Princess’s abusive husband faces the risk of failing the second bar exam and cannot continue to apply for a visa to stay in the US. Many sources have confirmed that the royal family has given Consult with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan and the Consulate General of Japan in New York to inquire about visa-related issues.

Kei Komuro’s US visa is about to expire in July this year. If they cannot pass the second bar exam, which has a very low pass rate, it will be very difficult for Mako and Kei to stay in the US as planned. That also means they will have to face a “nightmare” and possibly a second media crisis, despite the fact that the Princess has lost her title and became a commoner.

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Japanese media predicts Kei has less than 50% chance of passing the exam and getting a visa to work in the US

With perspective Kei Komuro may not be able to apply for a visa to work in the US in the future, many people believe that the couple even if they don’t want to, they can only return to their home country to live. But according to the lawyer Ricky Tokunaga – a person with long experience working in New York, Mako and his wife will “live or die” nor return to Japan, but they are considering other solutions if the bad situation Kei fails the exam.

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If Mako – who gave up everything to the US to avoid public opinion, returns to Japan, they will become the focus of criticism and ridicule.

Specifically, Kei Komuro can apply for a visa to stay in the US again by re-enrolling at a university and getting a student visa. However, the amount spent to do this is estimated at 100 million yen (nearly 20 billion dong). For a long time, this man-in-law has been lost by the people because of “digging”, “clinging to” the royal family, so if he chooses this option, he will also struggle.

Follow Yahoo Japanan unnamed Japanese government official recently revealed that Mako and her husband had made a surprise plan for their future: “If it’s not possible to get a new visa, everyone has to return to Japan. However, both of them wanted to avoid that, so they considered going to ‘third countries’ like Canada or Mexico. In the past, when Prince Harry and Meghan Markle recently left the British Royal Family, they also chose to live in Canada and now live in Los Angeles.”

Former Princess Mako was the first modern royal to settle abroad. The possibility that she would continue to “roam” the country and the uncertain future made those who loved her “national princess” for a while worried.

The 2nd New York State Bar Exam that Kei Komuro attended will take place on February 22 and 23. Despite being married for 4 months and going to the US for 3 months, every move of the former Princess Mako couple is still very much interested and closely followed by public opinion in Japan.

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Mako and his wife still can’t be at peace even though they have become commoners

Source: Yahoo Japan

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