People are reading WAY too far into this. Yes, I'm sure it's much more complicated than what the OP offers, but that's not the question. The question is above, and my answer to said question is hell yes. If it were that simple, with no rules attached, you'd be crazy not to.
It is fairly complicated if it is done legally. VeggieFrog is an born American, with British Residency since 1989, working towards dual nationality. Her future husband is born British. They plan to live in the USA. They are working on the paperwork now, before they even marry....
Originally posted by: Pepsei
the going rate is $10,000 now... and usually there are dime a dozen of guys willing to do this. the best ones are college guys who usually is tied down to a school for 4 years anyway.
you know those guys who do human transports for mexico? they exist in China too, aka as "snake head", they offer the green card service.
I wouldn't do it. I'm married already but if I were not married I wouldn't do it. First I wouldn't take the chance of getting into legal trouble and from what I understand they are much more strict on this now. I also wouldn't want to go through a divorce with someone that could battle me in court and take everything I own.