Green card dating

As Donald Trump poises himself to become the GOP’s presidential nominee, a lot of dazed and disillusioned Americans are weighing their options in case the Drumpf actually gets elected.

The most desperate have desperate plans: to leave the country.

The following are potential questions that could be asked, culled from newspaper articles, immigration lawyers, and testimonials.

So, you know, don't treat this an official preparation of any kind because there are a lot of different factors that go into that interview. and the details of your relationship pretty gosh darn well. You may be lacking in a few details, but those will come in time.

Joe Goldman, a 25-year-old Texas liberal who figures he's a pretty good-looking guy, came up with an idea to smuggle his way out of America.

He recently founded a dating site called Maple Match, which is supposed to pair marriageable Americans in need of green cards with humanitarian Canadian partners.

Needless to say, such actions throw the families in legal turmoil, and the husbands find themselves in an uphill battle fighting the legal system to prove their innocence.

Whether or not the men can prove their innocence in court, the resulting divorce is usually very hard on them emotionally and financially.

In it, an immigration officer will question the couple to make sure the marriage is legit and not, as they say, a "green card marriage." While the interview usually includes basic questions about the relationship — when did you meet, how did your courtship progress — immigration officials may also ask very specific questions about your significant other.

To be fair, Maple Match is very straightforward about the arrangement being primarily one of political refuge.

The potential of finding eternal love at the same time is merely a plus.

The dating site hasn’t officially launched yet – and there’s a good chance it will never amount to more than rollicking political gimmick – but thousands of Americans and Canadians have already signed up for the waitlist.

Because even if Maple Match is nothing more than a statement, the urge to exodus is pretty real.