It is absolutely unacceptable to exploit an institution such as marriage for one’s personal gain
(PRWEB UK) 28 July 2014
According to the articles posted on Sky News’ official website, dated 25 July 2014: Sham Marriages 'Rising At Alarming Rate'. In the UK, during the span of a single year, tens of thousands of immigrant come over to the UK through fake marriage, as reported by an influential committee of MPs. He pointed out that the number of sham marriages set up by immigrants is growing higher at an “alarming” rate. In fact, the number of suspect couples has doubled in the past three years, with as much as 10,000 fake marriages being set up, according to the Government’s research. Keith Vaz, Home Affairs committee chairman, warned that the number of sham weddings might be even higher, due to the fact that UK residence rights extend to the couple's family members. Prime Minister David Cameron has set a goal to reduce the net migration down to the tens of thousands by the end of the year, but reaching that goal seems highly unlikely at this point. Just in 2010, there was a total of 934 sham weddings, and that’s just those which were reported. That number rose to 2,135 in 2013.
After reading the article by Sky News, The Private Detective (http://www.theprivatedetective.com/) agency expressed its concern about this problem, and offered its services, which can be of great use. These marriages can be treated as fraud, and The Private Detective investigators are some of the most experienced and efficient in the entire UK, capable of handling any kind of fraud case and producing great results. The fraudsters can be found in any walk of life, and they will exploit anything just to gain benefits from it, which includes setting up sham marriages. The Private Detective can gather evidence on those and determine their genuineness with 100% certainty. This is a serious problem that needs to be addressed, and in order for that to happen, people need to adopt a more hands-on approach. The Private Detective investigators will then do the rest, putting their expertise into action to solve these cases and bring fraudsters to face justice. If you have encountered this in your life, give them a call.
The Private Detective chief investigator, Michelle Collins, took this opportunity to address the growing problem of sham marriages, and offer a helping hand to those who are impacted by this. She also went on to add: “It is absolutely unacceptable to exploit an institution such as marriage for one’s personal gain, especially if it means breaking the law. Each and every one of us must do their best to put an end to this, and our agency will be the first in line. Give us a call.”