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Title: A Study of Fraudulent Migratory Marriages in Canada and India
Authors: John, Tanya Elizabeth
Advisor: Cossman, Brenda
Department: Law
Keywords: Fraudulent Immigration Marriages
Issue Date: 1-Jan-2011
Abstract: This thesis focuses on Fraudulent migratory marriages by discussing two paradigms of such marriages, the Abandoned Brides Problem in India and the Fraudulent Immigration Marriages or Marriages of Convenience in Canada. It highlights some of the socio-economic and legal problems that may arise in these migratory marriages and explores the various legal solutions proposed as solutions to them. The solutions offered in these two instances require changes in two different areas of law, the first being Private International Law and the second Immigration Law.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/25641
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