Would you marry someone in order to give them a visa into the US?
I would not. If it was for the pure reason of getting them a visa and not because I truly love them, then I wouldn't. I understand why they want one and fully support them and might find another way to help them get one, but marrying someone for that alone lacks morality in my book.
No, never. In my opinion and in my value system it violates the sanctity of marriage and turns it into a farce. I wouldn't marry someone just for convenience. Basically pretty much the same as Lovelife08 said.
Only if it were a good friend with no criminal history and of course I would expect to be paid. I'm all about exploiting the loop-holes in imperfect systems. It causes the string-pullers to become embarassed and correct themselves.
by dashingscorpio 22 months ago
Is marrying someone you don't love the ultimate definition of settling?Recently a question was asked on HP: Is it more important for you to marry someone who loves you than to marry someone (you) love? A few folks stated they'd rather be with someone (who loves them) rather than they themselves...
by Nina P 3 years ago
Which is better; marrying your friend or a person you are in love with?
by dashingscorpio 7 years ago
by lord daniel 7 years ago
<revolting post snipped>lord daniel
by your cybersister 7 years ago
Would you ever consider marrying someone who had been married not once, but twice, before?
by Cynthia 6 years ago
How would you answer this: "I wouldn't marry him/her if he/she _________________"Even if you are already married-- just for fun-- what habit or attitude or belief or personal disclosure would be a total turn-off or what omission of that person would vote them off your island? Please...
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