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Our panel will include Laurie Wu, Immigration Attorney, John Adams, President of A Foreign Affair, past Singles Tour clients and real Russian ladies who have married American men and are now living in the USA.
You will be joined by up to 100 callers from around the world for an hour of informative, current and important information for anyone considering meeting and marrying a foreign woman.
Bud Patterson, Vice President of A Foreign Affair and author of Foreign Bride 101: A How-to For Nice Guys, has proudly hosted Monday night conference calls each week for the past 10 years!
Bud's insight, experience, and desire to help will truly open your eyes to the opportunities waiting for you in the world of international dating.
More media coverage than any other agency, including 60 Minutes, TIME, The Washington Post, The New York Times, MTV, Discovery Channel, and the full-length Motion Picture, Two Brothers and a Bride, A Foreign Affair (AFA).
A Foreign Affair (AFA) is a comprehensive International Introduction service specializing in introducing couples on a global basis.
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All issues are covered and Bud shares his years of experience and knowledge. This is a very informative presentation and a must for the first time user!
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IMBRA does not prevent you from corresponding with or meeting the women profiled on the site, and you can still exchange personal contact information once the woman has received a copy of your IMBRA form which is found on the members section of the site.
It is important that you only use sites that are compliant with IMBRA, otherwise you may experience difficulties when applying for a Fiancée visa for the woman to travel to the United States as IMBRA is now a question that is asked as part of the process.