Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 20 September 2014

Get to grips with sham marriages

The controversy rages about sham marriages and it is unlikely we will ever know how many of these convenience ceremonies actually take place across the UK.

Given that a number are discovered to be fraud and a deception, why are these marriages not declared null and void and the participants prosecuted?

Only when the participants in these sham marriages find it is not beneficial will the process stop.

ADAM NEWTON

East Belfast DUP

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