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Forced Marriage & Immigration in the U.S.
Forced Marriage & Immigration in the U.S.

What is a forced marriage? It’s where a marriage takes place and one or both of the spouses does not consent to the marriage – it is forced upon them. The issue here is the “lack of consent” on behalf of the individual who was forced and coerced into the marriage. According ...

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