Marriages, Fraud and Immigration Law

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Marriages, Fraud and Immigration Law
“Family” and “marriage” are terms that are culturally based concepts, which have been shaped through a variety of experiences including cultural, social, political, and legal ones. Playing a crucial role, law has shaped, developed and delimit the content of the crucial concepts of what constitutes a marriage. Only a handful of countries have recognized a marriage between same-sex individuals, the first of these marriages being performed in Toronto, Canada. Moreover, many countries have denied recognition to polygamous marriages labeling them bigamous, thus, while a second wife is not recognized as a spouse in Canada or France, under the laws of Saudi Arabia she would be a spouse entitled to her rights...
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.....S: CASES
Dhugga
v.Canada
( The Minister of Citizenship and Immigration), [1998] I.A.D.D. No. TA0-12843 at
para
. 3.
SECONDARY MATERIALS: ARTICLES
Abrams, Kerry, “Immigration law and the regulation of marriage” (2007) 91 Minnesota L. Rev. 1625 at 1633.
Demleitner
, Nora V., “How much do western democracies value family and marriage?: immigration law’s conflicted answers” (2004) 32
Hofstra
L. Rev. 273 at 274.
“The constitutionality of the INS sham marriage investigation policy” (1986) 99 Harvard L. Rev. 1238 at 1240.
Stojicevic
, Alex, “Re: Regulation 4 (Bad Faith Relationships” (Letter) (Ottawa: National Citizenship and Immigration Section, 2008), online: <http://www.cba.org/CBA/sections_cship/pdf/immigration_
refugee_regulations.pdf
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