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'My Big Fat Sham Wedding' - A Malignant UK Immigration Loophole? watch

  • View Poll Results: Are 'Sham' Marriages a Significant Problem for the UK?
    Yes, it's outrageous!
    9
    60.00%
    No, fairplay to illegals who use matrimony as a vehicle to citizenship
    2
    13.33%
    There are bigger problems in the world/immigration debate
    4
    26.67%

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    These are essentially marriages that are organised for the purposes of gaining the right to reside in the UK undertaken by parties on the inside who need the money or are blackmailed and those parties on the outside who cannot ordinarily gain entry into the UK for any great length of time..

    BBC Panorama Article

    BBC Sheffield Article





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    Ooooooo you are veeeery seeeex
    Me love you looooong tiem
    I come live with yoooooooou seeeexy maaan
    We have pretty weddiiiiing

    Herp Derp hell no you're not getting a visa
    Silly immigrants :rolleyes:
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    How much do they get paid? My friend is asking... :ninja:
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    Neither bride nor groom were able to communicate with one another and later admitted they could not speak the other's language.
    :facepalm: Who the hell approved of the marriage in the first place?
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    Christ almighty!:

    "From April certificates of approval .. will be scrapped. The European Court said it is a human right to get married, and immigration status makes no difference"

    **** EUROPE, I'm fed up with those bureaucratic European douchebags dictating things to us left right and centre! Why the **** are we still hanging on in there when we get almost nothing out of it except this kind of absolute BS!

    GIVE US A REFERENDUM ON EUROPE NOW!
 
 
 
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