November 29, 2007

OK, now I've seen everything. Here's an ad for "buy my Arizona house and I'll marry anyone so they can become a US citizen"


What next? "Buy my Arizona condo and you can sleep with my wife"? Or "use me as your realtor and I'll help you rob a bank"? (Scott - thanks for the link!)

Buy My House In Arizona USA and Become a US Citizen!


Reply to: hous-491076954@craigslist.org
Date: 2007-11-28, 3:13AM JT


Buy my 10 room house in the middle of the city in Arizona, USA for $595,000 USD Cash and I will marry you or a relative of your choice!, you can become a US Citizen and bring your whole family over and have a great house to live in!

Please contact me for more information and Please tell me your name? country? and how I can help you?

Thanks!---Gabe.




49 comments:

Jeffrey said...

You have to be married for at least 2 years before you can actually APPLY for citizenship, and then it's a huge pain in the ass - good look trying to justify absolutely no personal history with the spouse prior to the marriage.

The court looks down on sham marriages. You'll be stuck with a fattie wife and a fattie mortgage.

Thanks law school!

MD_marriage_court said...

The court looks down on sham marriages.

When I went to the Montgomery County MD (DC burbs) courthouse, marriage licensing departmart last summer -

I WAS THE ONLY WHITE PERSON IN THE HOUSE....EVERYONE ELSE (ABOUT 25 PEOPLE) WAS....HISPANIC! Suprised?

The government does nothing anymore...you want into America, the doors are wide open! The only question is how long people will want in....

Anonymous said...

This can't be legal ...

Shakster said...

DUDE.

LauraVella said...

Anon said:"This can't be legal ...



That's right - it's desperation!

Agent #777 said...

Have you considered that maybe this is his way of trying to marry rich?

If they can pay CASH, the family must have money.

Anonymous said...

ROFLMAO!

Yes, it's legal because if a marriage is consummated, and the tenants share an abode/mortage, etc, there's no sham... only a retarded couple. And there's no law against stupidity.

Anonymous said...

Yeah I'm sure the only person that could marry at this price will come from Dubai.

Anonymous said...

Why do I, a Mexicano, have to marry you to become a US citizen. All I have to do is cross the border and I and my family of 50 illegals get everything for free (free schooling, free medical,free food, and free cash (medi-CAL).

Not to mention that we don't want to marry white trash. We dont want interbreeding with our pure race, La Raza.

And besides, that property you're trying to sell really belongs to Mexico, which means it really belongs to Me. You see WE were here before you. You didn't get to see it when we stole it from the Indians and massacred them. So we stole from the Indians and now we're going to steal it from you!

So FU*k You, Hombre!

Anonymous said...

SAWEEET Baybeeee Jesus!!

Just when you think you have seen it all. What a SLEAZY DEAL!!

Agree that this person will REAP what they SOW on this one....Good luck with that.

ROM said...

I WAS THE ONLY WHITE PERSON IN THE HOUSE....EVERYONE ELSE (ABOUT 25 PEOPLE) WAS....HISPANIC! Suprised?
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Heaven forbid! I bet there are asians at your colleges and blacks working at your post office. Oh the humanity!

captain romance said...

I'll marry the fat bitch.I'll show here a good time and steal all her money.she will squeal like a pig.

jason said...

That is just plain wrong!

Jason J
Fort Knox Real Estate

Rhymes with Shunt said...

The paper left out a line:
“Only hot, blonde Russian women need apply.”

LOL!

Anonymous said...

Death of the American Dream continues to unfold in front of our eyes.

If they cannot be imprisoned for life at very hard daily labor, Sterilization, mandatory in a case like this.

"Todays' PIG is tomorrows BACON"

Anonymous said...

Prices are crashing now baby.

New home prices fell 8.6% from September to October (One MONTH!!!!!!!!). The biggest drop in 37 years.


Now we're talking!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

http://www.marketwatch.com/news/story/builders-slash-prices-boost-sales/story.aspx?guid={44AD9E1B-6915-476F-8879-52565C72840C}&siteid=yahoomy

Anonymous said...

Is this woman another Presidential candidate? Looks like many of the Realtors in my area...

Andrew Hac said...

I can hear the song now from the Eagle band, "The Desperado"...
#####
Desperado, why don't you come to your senses?
You been out ridin' fences for so long now
Oh, you're a hard one
I know that you got your reasons
...
#####

God damn shame on the Americano greed. No dignity left whatsoever. Self-value worse than a scabies dog !

Anonymous said...

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Arizona????



Are you sure that's not Arkansas?




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Anonymous said...

MR. and MRS. DOPES

Anonymous said...

This has always been illegal. After 911 there are serious consequences for these sham marriages. I would expect to see this offer quickly withdrawn as is is a conspriacy to commit fraud. Even legitimate marriages require at least 2 years before applying for citizenship and the foreign spouse must get a visa every six months until then.

You may have seen a recent story about a South American woman who married a soldier who was killed in Iraq. They were married a year and a half and had a kid. Legitimate marriage and yet the government was ready to deport her (although the kid could stay since he was born here). She would have been long gone if the media had not picked up on it.

Anonymous said...

Why are such people allowed to breath the same air as me?

Anonymous said...

...oh how romantic...

Yogsoggoth said...

I believe this woman is opening herself up to some serious legal issues. This is fraud. But if the law has turned its eye on mortgage fraud for the last 7 years, why should they bother with this?

Anonymous said...

Gabe Ruth??

Frank@Scottsdale-Sucks.com said...

Realtwhores have been giving "favors" to prospective customers for years so this is nothing new.

A buddy of mine rented a Ferrari and went looking at high-end homes in Scottsdale and banged 4 realtwhores in one day. In the houses. True story.

Ruprecht said...

anonymous said...
This can't be legal ...

November 29, 2007 1:44 PM

You're right
It shouldn't be legal to invite someone from Japan to live in Mesa.

Mesa is a dump!

Anonymous said...

On Staples Q3 2007 earnings call, CFO John Mahoney says that consumer purchasing patterns over the summer invariably follow the news trends on a daily basis. Mahoney indicates he sees the U.S. economy as currently in a recession. Now it may not matter whether the media talks about it or not, credit is no longer readily available and retailers like Staples are seeing those effects on their bottom line.

pwnd

Anonymous said...

INS always investigates sham marriages.

Exhibit A in the case AGAINST legal residency/citizenship for whoever buys the house will be this dude's ad.

Katie in Houston

k.w. - southern ca. said...

With desperate times comes desperate measures.

Anonymous said...

>> I believe this woman is opening herself up to some serious legal issues.

The only thing she's been opening up is her mouth so that she can shovel in more Big Macs. God help any of you men who are married to a pig like that!

Eric said...

"A buddy of mine rented a Ferrari and went looking at high-end homes in Scottsdale and banged 4 realtwhores in one day. In the houses. True story."

That's some expensive pussy.

Anonymous said...

90% of marriages with a foreigner are already shams. What's one more?

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
I would expect to see this offer quickly withdrawn as is is a conspriacy to commit fraud. Even legitimate marriages require at least 2 years before applying for citizenship and the foreign spouse must get a visa every six months until then.


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WTF are you smoking pal?

1. It is not citizenship after 2 years. After 2 years the couple has to show up and get interviewed again. Then if all looks well, the immigrant gets a permanent green card.

2. It takes 5 years tobecome a citizen **AFTER** getting a green card.

3. There is no requirement to get a visa every 6 months.

How do I know? I am Canadian and married my US citizen wife and went through the process about 4 years ago. It wasn't as easy as you guys make it out to be. Not even close.

Before I got my temporary (2 year) green card I had to show I was employed. I had to show I made enough money to support myself. My wife had to show that if I were to get laid off or otherwise be unemployed, she had the resources to take care of me. We had to show bank statements, W2s, 1099s, letters from employers, etc.

And marriage fraud is taken seriously. When we went for our USCIS interview we brought a copy of our lease, joint bank accounts, life insurance papers showing each other as beneficiaries, etc. And we were grilled for about 15-20 minutes by the intervier on things like how we met, where did we go on our first date, what are each other's parents names, what are the names of our common friends. Sure you can memorize that but, a trained USCIS officer will know right away if you are bullshitting.

And before all that took place I had to wait about 8 months before my paper work was even processed.

This moron trying to sell a house has no idea what is involved in getting a green card through marriage.

Anonymous said...

Amen, anonymous...although it took me (a U.S. citizen) a year just to get in for an appointment to APPLY for the provisional green card for my Italian husband. And he was almost deported once, due to a paperwork mix-up. And we spent about $5k on forms, fees and filing f*-ups during the whole stressful process.

We've now been married five years and are only a year into his "permanent" green card (which needs to be renewed in 10 years, if memory serves).

Every time someone talks about amnesty, my toes curl. I swear, if *I* had to go through these hoops as a citizen to get my husband here, someone who's NOT EVEN FROM HERE sure as hell can follow the rules, too. I lived in Italy for a time, and no one would have shed a tear if I'd been deported away from my husband for not following their rules. Why the hell we have such low expectations here, I don't know.

-M

Anonymous said...

After 911 there are serious consequences for these sham marriages.

Baloney...illegals have been paying for American marriages all the time. Amazing how some of you guys still think that this government is efficient on anything.

When I was living in Europe, after 2001, there was a hot Czech chic who asked me to marry her for the American citizenship, or if I knew anyone else who would. After I banged her, I said, "let me think about it" and walked away. Most Eastern Europeans are doing that.

I really don't know why they want to come to this bankrupt country so bad...probably to find a naive sugar-daddy or to commit fraud, like that Russian maid from NJ who received a $600k settlement for a "car accident", and then used the money as deposit on 4 condo flips in Florida. Now that her flips are not going anywhere, she's saying that she was a victim and want the deposits back. She even used all her Russian daughters to buy more units because the developer wouldn't allow more than 1 unit per buyer.

America is the place to commit fraud, especially when we are being invaded by millions of hustlers. Even when they live in a stable economy (ha!), these immigrants never quit hustling. It's embedded in their culture. For instance, Cubans come here to commit Medicare Fraud, Mexicans prefer car insurance fraud, etc.

But the con man culture is part of the American culture, too. Just look at Enron, Duke Cunningham; Bernard Kerik, Giuliani's protege and "police commissioner". All the politicians and most Americans look the fellow man as a mark now, thinking "What's in it for me". It's a free for all out there, and the housing ponzi scheme was a delight for all these hustlers.

Anonymous said...

I don't know why go to all this trouble to get an American citizenship.

Just work for a boss who's willing to sponsor you. So easy. Get a lawyer, then following the guidelines, the boss puts a job ad on a small newspaper looking for an applicant with very rare and specific qualifications (i.e., fluent in foreign language + rare skill) that usually fit only the client. That's it. There's another way to apply too, which involves having distinguished and special talent, like being a model, entertainer, athlete, etc. It's o easy to get a citizenship in the US. No marriage needed. Ask any immigration attorney.

Anonymous said...

She's cute.

Anonymous said...

anon @9:10

A two year greencard? How is that even close to "permanent".

My greencard expires in 2015. I got it via my American citizen wife without either of us having a job in the US (we lived in my home country). We just needed a sponsor to provide an Affadavit of Support and prove their income was enough to look after us if necessary.

It also only takes 3 years to become eligible for citizenship, if you are married to a US citizen (5 years is the normal length of time, but there's an exception for a US spouse).

My greencard was simple to get, one interview which was purely a formality - of course we had been married for 5 years and had a kid already so it was pretty obvious we weren't scamming the system (or if we were we were very dedicated :) Not being the US already probably made it easier too.

Chelle B. said...

Dear Gabe,

My father is an diplomate in Uranidiot, Africa. He and mine beautiful sister have been deported and they desperatly needs a place to live and someone as grashious as yourself who will allow him to transfer his great wealth of $595,000 USD Cash to your bank ackount. This sounds like deal of lifetim for you and he.

Please send your ackount number as soon as possibly and I will send
to you nakid picture of my sister, you futur wifes.

Baja said...

We do not know what is more devalued nowadays:
Houses or American citizenship

Anonymous said...

Marriage fraud is a lot harder to committ today than 10 years ago. Someone better tell the hot Czech chicks that.

gaaak said...

The guy offering his house in exchange for marriage never stopped to consider the real downside of this misadventure-

suppose the person willing to buy the house for cash and have him for a husband turns out to be-

A SEX STARVED SHEMALE?!?!?!?!



eeeeeeeeeeewwwwwwwww!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

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Geeeez....

Picture sweet sweet lovin' between those two.



I'm not sure which one gets the bag over the head?



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Anonymous said...

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BillyBob teeth could only help that guy!



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Anonymous said...

Looks like most of the single white women currently residing in the San Jose, CA. area.

Moooo, Moooo!

funny said...

That's why the ad is in Tokyo. He's hoping for an affluent Japanese family.

corvinus said...

Realtwhores have been giving "favors" to prospective customers for years so this is nothing new.

A buddy of mine rented a Ferrari and went looking at high-end homes in Scottsdale and banged 4 realtwhores in one day. In the houses. True story.


Classic! LOL!

Anonymous said...

But the con man culture is part of the American culture, too.

Then you have "cold cash" Jefferson the congressman from New Orleans who was re-elected AFTER he was arrested by the FBI for taking bribes and putting bundles of cash in his freezer. You have the "poor man's candidate" John Edwards who works for hedge funds that own predatory lenders. Hillary Clinton makes a 1000% profit on cattle futures in a month?