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IMMIGRATION TIPS, VISA SCAM

Australian woman accuses husband of marrying her because of visa

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This is the moment a wife confronted her ‘love rat’ husband over claims he only married her for an Australian visa and then cheated on her with eight other women.

Karen met Martin Whitehead overseas, fell ‘head over heels in love’ and then flew him from the UK to Australia where they married months later in a ceremony which she paid for.

But over Christmas she discovered he had been cheating on her for 18 months with Lisa, who he met on a dating site, and it has since emerged he was romantically linked to a further seven women.

A Current Affair filmed the moment Karen challenged Mr Whitehead over the allegations, asking him: ‘Did you marry me for the visa…you never loved me did you?’
Karen also claimed she spent more than $200,000 on her ‘sham’ husband during their four-year relationship, including forking out for six holidays, paying for the wedding and buying him a boat.

‘What about what I did for you. You came her with not a single pound in your pocket and I supported you for four years,’ she said in the footage.

Karen told the program: ‘He cheated on me, he’s cheated on other women and he’s cheated the system and the system needs to get him out of here now.

‘He’s just a slime, he’s been living about 15 lives, not a double life, about 15 lives.’

She discovered her husband had been cheating on her over Christmas when Lisa came round to their marital home to warn her.

Lisa claimed that Mr Whitehead told her he wanted to start a life with her, but that his wife was ‘suicidal’ and he didn’t want to jeopardise his visa.
Karen also claimed she spent more than $200,000 on her ‘sham’ husband during their four-year relationship, including forking out for six holidays, paying for the wedding and buying him a boat

Karen also claimed she spent more than $200,000 on her ‘sham’ husband during their four-year relationship, including forking out for six holidays, paying for the wedding and buying him a boat.

He allegedly started talking to other women on dating sites just weeks after he tied the knot with Karen

He allegedly started talking to other women on dating sites just weeks after he tied the knot with Karen

‘I felt awful because I knew deep down I had to do it for her,’ Lisa told the show.

‘He told me that he was married, but that he was only with her for the permanent residency visa. I was smitten. I totally believed everything he said.’

The pair met on an online dating site just weeks after Mr Whitehead tied the knot with Karen.

The Department of Immigration and Border Protection has been told about the allegations and a spokesman said any information is investigated ‘thoroughly’.

‘While for privacy reasons, it would be inappropriate to discuss individual cases, any person found to be involved in a false relationship for visa purposes can face serious penalties including prosecution,’ a spokesman said.

‘Members of the public who have information about possible visa or migration fraud are encouraged to contact the Department.’

For videos and photos of the incident, please click ”Daily Mail” below

Source : Daily Mail

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About Ayotunde Aboderin

A professional blogger, an online Journalist and a passionate Immigration and visa Affairs individual.

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