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Sean0

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A wife for the project
« on: July 22, 2011, 03:12:48 pm »


I have found myself by chance, with the opportunity to marry an American. She wants to live in Europe, and I want throw myself at freedom. Getting married is the easy part. Here in Ireland the state actually ruled that the police cannot stop marraiges of convenience because this would open a can of worms incentivisng ex-lovers et al to cause a racket. The next stage will be more tedious.

Has anybody had the experience of pulling something like this off? Now I've checked the details roughly, what forms you have to fill in etc but what the state says in theory is never what happens in practice...so does anyone have any extra information on the possibility of this working?
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Re: A wife for the project
« Reply #1 on: July 22, 2011, 04:54:24 pm »

Awesome.  You guys could participate in FSP-NH and Free State Ireland, eh!
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Re: A wife for the project
« Reply #2 on: July 23, 2011, 10:54:07 am »

 ;D The No State Project in Ireland is a not going ahead for the moment, there needs to be years of work done before that can begin to take shape. Maybe I can get some practice in New Hampshire and bring it back over here!
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Re: A wife for the project
« Reply #3 on: July 24, 2011, 03:17:47 pm »

;D The No State Project in Ireland is a not going ahead for the moment, there needs to be years of work done before that can begin to take shape. Maybe I can get some practice in New Hampshire and bring it back over here!
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Re: A wife for the project
« Reply #4 on: July 24, 2011, 08:36:25 pm »


I have found myself by chance, with the opportunity to marry an American. She wants to live in Europe, and I want throw myself at freedom. Getting married is the easy part. Here in Ireland the state actually ruled that the police cannot stop marraiges of convenience because this would open a can of worms incentivisng ex-lovers et al to cause a racket. The next stage will be more tedious.

Has anybody had the experience of pulling something like this off? Now I've checked the details roughly, what forms you have to fill in etc but what the state says in theory is never what happens in practice...so does anyone have any extra information on the possibility of this working?
Not sure what you mean by "pulling something off like this".  If you mean a non-U.S. citizen obtaining the legal right to live and work in the U.S. by marrying an American citizen, yes, more than one Porcupine has pulled it off.  Be forewarned that it's a multi-year process, requires hundreds (at a minimum) of dollars and a buttload of bureaucratic paperwork, and you'll still be treated like dirt by the U.S. government.  But if your goal is to live and work "on the record" in the U.S., it's worth considering.
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Re: A wife for the project
« Reply #5 on: July 25, 2011, 05:30:42 am »

My aim is gain the right to work. Getting the a citizenship will most likely be out of the question because the woman I'm marrying wants to stay in Europe. This is known as a fiance type visa that allows me work in the country without her being there.

In your above post when you say "a multi-year process" are you refering to citizenship or the above? I don't mind how long it takes, I'm going to get there.
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Re: A wife for the project
« Reply #6 on: July 25, 2011, 02:39:16 pm »

Friday.. I think he is proposing to you... :P
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