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Old Nov 18th 2003, 12:26 pm
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Hi im new to this forum. I just had a couple of questions about the consquences of having a fake marriage?
the reason i am asking is because my younger sister is planning on marrying a boy just so he can stay in the country.
I have tried to talk her out of it because it is moraly, ethicly wrong not to mention illegal.
does anyone know how much trouble she would get in if she went through with this?
If i have good feedback, i can go to her and present the reasons once again to her.

Thank you very much

Robin
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Old Nov 19th 2003, 3:25 am
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Obviously, if discovered there would be serious consequences, ultimately
ending up in deportation for the 'boy'. No doubt your sister would be
in serious trouble too, but having no legal background I would not care
to guess what kind of trouble.

Messing around with immigration issues is not advisable and she would be
very silly to even consider such a thing, let alone go through with it.

Show her a photograph of a jail cell - that should be enough to change
her mind!


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Old Nov 19th 2003, 8:12 am
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Simon
That's quite right.
People who get married for the wrong reasons can also suffer in the
divorce courts too.

Jeremy

    >On Wed, 19 Nov 2003 16:25:51 GMT, Simon <[email protected]> wrote:
    >Obviously, if discovered there would be serious consequences, ultimately
    >ending up in deportation for the 'boy'. No doubt your sister would be
    >in serious trouble too, but having no legal background I would not care
    >to guess what kind of trouble.
    >Messing around with immigration issues is not advisable and she would be
    >very silly to even consider such a thing, let alone go through with it.
    >Show her a photograph of a jail cell - that should be enough to change
    >her mind!
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    >For those with nothing better to do: http://simon.littleblog.com
    >http://www.s80.net ~ simon at s80 dot net

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