USA: 90 days fiance (series)

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She is responsible for his credit card bills, any and all loans, etc. also! Once he leaves her and cheats with other women, the American wife can end up stuck with those expenses too if she signed as his sponsor! All green card applicants must have an American sponsor! It can end up being serious financial consequences for the American wife/sponsor. Hopefully, women will realize this before ever agreeing to sponsor one of these imbeciles!
it also applies if she gets divorced from him. Must she still pay his bills? credit card etc. Yes I have read that Americans sign a paper proving that they are financially responsible for their partners for up to 10 years but it may not be all his bills if it is, then one should be 100% sure before marrying a foreigner
 

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There was an older lady, Molly, she married a young guy from Brazil I think. She had three children, she expected him to look after the children while she worked. He wasn’t equipped with the knowledge of caring for children or teenagers, he was just a teenager himself, who wanted to play his music at home and go out socialising. He left her and moved in with friends. She went to a lawyer who told her she would be responsible for him for the next ten years, paying any hospital bills or unemployment money. If he got into debt with rent she had to pay. She knew all this before she married him but was blinded by love. It was obvious to all who watched they were not well suited.
 

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Together what you do, you take a risk if you choose to marry especially if your partner is from another country because you do not know if that person is honest or not. Believe that many who choose partners from the West are people who want a better life and therefore they choose to marry. Some are probably in love with their partner but I think that is a few. It's talked greed
 

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There was an older lady, Molly, she married a young guy from Brazil I think. She had three children, she expected him to look after the children while she worked. He wasn’t equipped with the knowledge of caring for children or teenagers, he was just a teenager himself, who wanted to play his music at home and go out socialising. He left her and moved in with friends. She went to a lawyer who told her she would be responsible for him for the next ten years, paying any hospital bills or unemployment money. If he got into debt with rent she had to pay. She knew all this before she married him but was blinded by love. It was obvious to all who watched they were not well suited.
He is cruel after the latest news is shown that he has married again with another woman.
 

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She is responsible for his credit card bills, any and all loans, etc. also! Once he leaves her and cheats with other women, the American wife can end up stuck with those expenses too if she signed as his sponsor! All green card applicants must have an American sponsor! It can end up being serious financial consequences for the American wife/sponsor. Hopefully, women will realize this before ever agreeing to sponsor one of these imbeciles!
No this is incorrect and a common misconception reiterated so many times that people believe it as fact. This is something I know very well as I filed the paperwork on behalf of my husband so he could immigrate to the USA with a greencard. The American spouse is only responsible if the immigrant receives welfare or certain government benefits for the impovrished.. I read and signed the paperwork myself AND spoke with an attorney about this. I know what I am talking about here. The document is called Affidavit of Support. The spouse is NOT responsible for loans, credit cards, criminal activity etc anymore than she would be if she had married an American.
 
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it also applies if she gets divorced from him. Must she still pay his bills? credit card etc. Yes I have read that Americans sign a paper proving that they are financially responsible for their partners for up to 10 years but it may not be all his bills if it is, then one should be 100% sure before marrying a foreigner
No. She is not correct. I signed the Affidavit of Support and discussed it with an Attorney. The American Spouse is only responsible if the foreigner receives government benefits for the impoverished. She is not responsible for his debt or criminal activity etc.

The Affidavit is valid until one of the following:
1. The immigrant earns 40 quarter credits of social security (10 years of working)
2. The immigrant becomes a. US citizen
3. The immigrant forfeits his greencard
4. The immigrant dies.

Divorce does not cancel the Affidavit.
 

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No. She is not correct. I signed the Affidavit of Support and discussed it with an Attorney. The American Spouse is only responsible if the foreigner receives government benefits for the impoverished. She is not responsible for his debt or criminal activity etc.

The Affidavit is valid until one of the following:
1. The immigrant earns 40 quarter credits of social security (10 years of working)
2. The immigrant becomes a. US citizen
3. The immigrant forfeits his greencard
4. The immigrant dies.

Divorce does not cancel the Affidavit.
So that is ten years of working not just ten years. If they don’t work then it could be longer?
 

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No this is incorrect and a common misconception reiterated so many times that people believe it as fact. This is something I know very well as I filed the paperwork on behalf of my husband so he could immigrate to the USA with a greencard. The American spouse is only responsible if the immigrant receives welfare or certain government benefits for the impovrished.. I read and signed the paperwork myself AND spoke with an attorney about this. I know what I am talking about here. The document is called Affidavit of Support. The spouse is NOT responsible for loans, credit cards, criminal activity etc anymore than she would be if she had married an American.
PLEASE check this out with international lawyers! I have 11 international lawyers! I was told that if I married fuckface, I would be responsible for all of his debts, legal obligations, loans....blah, blah, blah! I don’t live in America, but hold an American passport which rules! I’ve read several reports of women who got stuck with the debts of losers! This is a very serious issue and nothing to play around with! Don’t risk it with these losers!
 

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PLEASE check this out with international lawyers! I have 11 international lawyers! I was told that if I married fuckface, I would be responsible for all of his debts, legal obligations, loans....blah, blah, blah! I don’t live in America, but hold an American passport which rules! I’ve read several reports of women who got stuck with the debts of losers! This is a very serious issue and nothing to play around with! Don’t risk it with these losers!
PS To anybody who has signed a sponsorship for these monsters, get a lawyer NOW and rescind it! Report them for fraud and abuse! I signed only for a work visa, but NOTHING else! I promised to give him a paycheck for work performed....period! He could not even get that so I was off the hook! All countries have different laws apparently, but don’t sign for these losers! Women have lost their houses, pensions, etc because of the abuse from these creeps! Now, I feel that nobody should ever sign to sponsor anybody! If you can’t make it on your own, TOUGH luck!
 

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PLEASE check this out with international lawyers! I have 11 international lawyers! I was told that if I married fuckface, I would be responsible for all of his debts, legal obligations, loans....blah, blah, blah! I don’t live in America, but hold an American passport which rules! I’ve read several reports of women who got stuck with the debts of losers! This is a very serious issue and nothing to play around with! Don’t risk it with these losers!
A wife can be responsible for her husbands debts in some countries regardless of where he is from. It is up to you to know the laws in your own country. I suggest finding this out. In some countries, the wife is also responsible for the husbands past outstanding debts too.
But paying back his social assistance can get costly too. Especially if he gets his teeth fixed while on assistance! Have you ever looked at their teeth? Most need major work in that area.
So do your research. Get legal advice. In Canada, the spouse has rights to half of the matrimonial home. No matter who paid for it.
So do a prenup, get advise, and be smart. If he really loves you, he won’t care about your paperwork.
 
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A wife can be responsible for her husbands debts in some countries regardless of where he is from. It is up to you to know the laws in your own country. I suggest finding this out in some countries, the wife is also responsible for the husbands past outstanding debts too.
But paying back his social assistance can get costly too. Especially if he gets his teeth fixed while on assistance! Have you ever looked at their teeth? Most need major work in that area.
So do your research. Get legal advice. In Canada, the spouse has rights to half of the matrimonial home. No matter who paid for it.
So do a prenup, get advise, and be smart. If he really loves you, he won’t care about your paperwork.
Bravo and spot on! This is very serious legal matters! That’s what one of my lawyers told me! One actually said that if a potential spouse can not be at least 50% responsible for all debts between the two of us, RUN fast and far ...or get stuck! Why would any woman want a man who can’t be at least 50% responsible? In Islam, the man is supposed to be 100% responsible which means if he is not....you caught a rat! Sad, but true!
 

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Bravo and spot on! This is very serious legal matters! That’s what one of my lawyers told me! One actually said that if a potential spouse can not be at least 50% responsible for all debts between the two of us, RUN fast and far ...or get stuck! Why would any woman want a man who can’t be at least 50% responsible? In Islam, the man is supposed to be 100% responsible which means if he is not....you caught a rat! Sad, but true!
My dad was the one who wanted the prenup ‘to protect his assets’ when my parents married, but in the end it was my mom who had the wealth. So my dad shot himself in the foot. He did manage to get some alimony, but when my mom passed away just three months after their divorce, he lost that too. I won’t pay him to support his new wife and kids and my brother won’t either. So there he sits, having to live within his means.(and hating it) Now that is Karma!
A prenup protects both sides. Keep that in mind when setting one up. Don’t make assumptions on who will have what to lose. Tables can turn, so be prepared.
 

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It may not last for just 90 days to get to know a marriage because of course he / she will only show his best before these 90 days are good. It seems strange is that many of these Americans have only seen their partner twice and talk about marriage. They have been on holiday in partner countries and get them this visa to America after only having been with them 1 to 2 weeks that's madness. On me, many of them seem greedy because they demand expensive things right away.
 

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It may not last for just 90 days to get to know a marriage because of course he / she will only show his best before these 90 days are good. It seems strange is that many of these Americans have only seen their partner twice and talk about marriage. They have been on holiday in partner countries and get them this visa to America after only having been with them 1 to 2 weeks that's madness. On me, many of them seem greedy because they demand expensive things right away.
I think it takes about a year to get the K1 visa. Then the 90 days starts once they arrive. Some couples were in online relationships for a few years before doing the K1 visa. It is expensive, I’m told, and may take the couple a while to save up for the fees etc.
 

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A wife can be responsible for her husbands debts in some countries regardless of where he is from. It is up to you to know the laws in your own country. I suggest finding this out in some countries, the wife is also responsible for the husbands past outstanding debts too.
But paying back his social assistance can get costly too. Especially if he gets his teeth fixed while on assistance! Have you ever looked at their teeth? Most need major work in that area.
So do your research. Get legal advice. In Canada, the spouse has rights to half of the matrimonial home. No matter who paid for it.
So do a prenup, get advise, and be smart. If he really loves you, he won’t care about your paperwork.
Here in the USA it depends on the state. But these are just normal marriage laws and has nothing to do the afidavit of support these laws apply to everyone equally regardless of immigration or citizenship status.
 

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PLEASE check this out with international lawyers! I have 11 international lawyers! I was told that if I married fuckface, I would be responsible for all of his debts, legal obligations, loans....blah, blah, blah! I don’t live in America, but hold an American passport which rules! I’ve read several reports of women who got stuck with the debts of losers! This is a very serious issue and nothing to play around with! Don’t risk it with these losers!
I am referring to the US laws. Most people don't need 11 international law attorneys as they are only affected by the laws of their own country.
 

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I hope the realities of the legalities stop women from marrying these Tunisian rats. They bring nothing to the table, but can financially ruin you! Many women have children. They deserve your care and financial help, not these Lazy Tunisian scamming, lying rats! The USA Immigration is wising up to this problem! :thumbsup::D
 

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I am referring to the US laws. Most people don't need 11 international law attorneys as they are only affected by the laws of their own country.
My lawyers are for business. I live abroad but am an American citizen. Ever now and then, I ask legal personal questions just for my own personal knowledge. The biggest thing I’ve learned is to only marry if in very similar financial classes. If one spouse is loaded, and one has nothing, the loaded one will lose a lot if they are married. I don’t understand how a Tunisian can not be legally responsible for any kid they have with an American citizen until the child reaches 18 years of age. The USA laws are really strict with regards to child support! Has any American citizen had a child from a Tunisian rat? Did he become legally responsible for 18 years of child support even if he fled back to Tunisia? I’m just wondering how that works. I don’t have any children, but I have so much admiration and respect for all single Mothers raising kids on their own! I just hope that if the father is a Tunisian rat, that he is legally forced to pay or go to prison if he doesn’t!
 

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Here in the USA it depends on the state. But these are just normal marriage laws and has nothing to do the afidavit of support these laws apply to everyone equally regardless of immigration or citizenship status.
Yes. But there are a lot of people who are not aware of their own laws.
In Canada the foreign spouse is sponsored for three years and if he receives social assistance, it usually covers medical and dental expenses. This is where the cost could really get big if the rat needed major dental work. and depending on the province the cost would probably include the health care fees that are subsidised by the province on top of the payments he receives. I’m not sure how much it could be, but expect to be in for a considerable expense if you are in Canada and your rat leaves you and applies for social assistance.
All of this is in addition to the costs of ending any marriage.
 
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