We appreciate your correspondence.
The United Republic of Nations strives to keep our country safe and make the world a better place. The information you requested of the suspicious persons in question will be processed in due time. We do not wish to inconvenience you or your family.
We understand that this may be a hard time, but rest assured. Your blood relative will not receive any harm. They are at a safe and secure facility. Do not be alarmed by the language of the automatic letter. Its purpose is to educate and alleviate any anxieties about the United Republic of Nations investigation policy.
We know travelling to a new country can be exciting but also confusing. We are aware that it is nearly impossible to familiarize oneself with every law of a new country. Please know that your blood relative is not at fault for their infraction. The New London Communications Act of 3005 passed relatively quietly and received little international attention.
Therefore, rest assured that we are aware of your blood relative’s ignorance. We are taking into account this information and they will be shown due process. The letter will be reviewed with keen eyes. Every effort will be made to confirm innocence.
As the New London Communications Act of 3005 carries misdemeanor punishments, a guilty sentencing is not devastating.
Of course, the investigation is still ongoing. Your blood relative will not be processed until the investigation concludes. The New London Interpol office does receive a high volume of cases but will work efficiently to see that this matter is sorted.
If all goes well, your blood relative will be released with no impact to their International Integrity Interest.
It is in all of our best wishes that the proceedings go as smoothly as possible.
Do not refrain from writing to us with any more questions you may have. We are here to help! As stated above: The United Republic of Nations strives to keep our country safe and make the world a better place.
We thank you for your cooperation and hope that you consider visiting one day!
Long live the Queen.
All the best,
United Republic of Nations International Affairs Bureau