This book uses an experimental presentation featuring what a relationship of romance scam looks like starting online along with the blog presentation that must be read: http://www.wantedgreencard.wordpress.com. A proclamation of love follows quickly and it’s a whirlwind of emotions from there. Read along with chat conversations and emails of what it usually looks like; complete with courtship, abandonment, and divorce.
Let’s have more dialogue on this growing issue. Not every person is “out to get you” but there are some inherent issues when it comes to a person who may have been dreaming his whole life to obtain a better way of living. The more we speak on it the less it could happen.
Latoya is now available for speaking engagements of all sorts on the topics of immigration marriage fraud, multicultural relationships, and the mysterious world of romance scams.
marrying a person who was incapable of being a husband and a father and simply was not prepared to enter in to a marriage. Bringing to light a new merging victim class of women who fall in love only to learn that they are being used for money and a faster track of a visa or green card to their country.
This blog presents one story while the book, Wanted: Green Card presents another story that jumps right in to the quick words of online confessions of love, marriage, abandonment, and divorce.
The blog and the book are meant to work and be read together, so follow along and order the book, Wanted: Green Card.