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I clicked on the link you sent but it's about bigamy. He hasn't legally married his second wife but is his "religious" wife. Nevertheless, he is living with her right now. He knows it's hard to prosecute anyone about his poly lifestyle because it isn't a legal marriage. Will ICE see it that way or as an adulterous relationship? I have 2 letters admitting he is polgyamous. If ICE sees it as only adulterous, then he probably won't be removed would you agree? If he won't be removed, I guess my mother and sister are forever responsible for his finances.
There was no ceremony, he told me they sealed it with a kiss. But he has told other people that she is his wife.
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