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Thread: Money, Love, Fraud

  1. #1
    Michael
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    If a USC marries someone to get them a green card in exchange for money it is considered fraud and if BCIS finds out they could go to jail. But because both people benefit, it is unlikely BCIS would find out.

    ON THE OTHER HAND...

    If an immigrant defrauds a USC to get a green card by feigning love, the USC gets nothing out of the deal and BCIS will take the "evidence" that the USC was in love with the immigrant to determine the marriage was real. And if the USC complains to BCIS, it is considered to be an act of spite.

    In one case, the dishonest USC participates in the fraud and benefits, while in the other case, the honest, but gullible, USC is defrauded on two levels and the immigrant gets away with it.

    Doesn't seem right does it ?

  2. #2
    Michael
    Guest
    If a USC marries someone to get them a green card in exchange for money it is considered fraud and if BCIS finds out they could go to jail. But because both people benefit, it is unlikely BCIS would find out.

    ON THE OTHER HAND...

    If an immigrant defrauds a USC to get a green card by feigning love, the USC gets nothing out of the deal and BCIS will take the "evidence" that the USC was in love with the immigrant to determine the marriage was real. And if the USC complains to BCIS, it is considered to be an act of spite.

    In one case, the dishonest USC participates in the fraud and benefits, while in the other case, the honest, but gullible, USC is defrauded on two levels and the immigrant gets away with it.

    Doesn't seem right does it ?

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