RE: [tips_and_tricks] Holy Matrimony in America
Affidavits are substitutes for all the forms the government boys demand. In place of a marriage license, two affidavits should suffice. If you present them with authority, I’m certain that will work.
From: Gregory [mailto:ekklesia@...]
Sent: Tuesday, October 28, 2003 10:26 PM
Subject: [tips_and_tricks] Holy Matrimony in America
I have a question for those who wish to help.
A couple which includes a citizen of England in this country on a religious visa and who has no Green card;
And a lady who has no Birth Certificate and never had a Social Security Number but was born in America and is a natural citizen [ as opposed to a US citizen by virtue of the 14th amendment] were married in the Church without a State License.
The question is:
What case law would establish that they are married and he has a right to live in America and even obtain a green card?
Immigration wants to see a state marriage license as if that is the only thing they will accept as a valid marriage.
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- well there is the person that married them- and i am sure there are witnesses- and some people do a video of their wedding. i would suspect those should work. lately i have seen a marriage agreement that is recorded at the register of deeds. while that in and of itself doesnt make it official i dont think- it is proof to add up. there is tons of case law. they should look at the case law and put it together in a constructive notice format for the green card issue. if they got this far- i am sure they can stand up to enforce their position.char