Not ‘fake’, arranging a valid marriage for Visa breaches s240 of the Migration Act 1958

…the husband-wife team of migration agent and marriage celebrant, together, between March 2011 and March 2012 married 16 Brisbane brides off to Indian men as part of a “one-stop shop” for spousal visas, the Brisbane District Court heard during a fortnight-long trial, in early 2017.

Guess what, in all those fake marriages where no ceremony took place, now vows were exchanged, they have been found NOT GUILTY.... by the Court of Appeal of the Supreme Court of Brisbane... Read more

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