(WOMENSENEWS)–come july 1st, people in Congress are required to introduce legislation that could give a international girl the possiblity to view a U.S. man’s criminal history before accepting a commercially brokered offer of wedding from him.
Washington State recently passed legislation that is similar.
The push that is legislative with all the situation of Nataliya Fox, an alleged mail-order bride whom sued Encounters Overseas, a well-known wedding agency situated in Bethesda, Md., that specializes in matching Russian and Ukrainian ladies with U.S. husbands. Fox sued Encounters Overseas within the U.S. District Court of Maryland for failing continually to give her details about domestic physical violence as well as for fraudulently informing her that she is deported if she left her abusive husband, James M. Fox Jr., an Encounters Overseas customer. No test date happens to be set for the situation filed in 2002 april.
Natasha Spivack, owner and founder of Encounters Global, denied the costs. “this can be a major scam and she occurred to push all of the right buttons,” Spivack stated of Nataliya Fox, “at her, she appears extremely truthful, as with any con-artists do. if you look” Spivack, who emigrated towards the U.S. from Moscow, claims that Nataliya Fox produced proof punishment and lied on her behalf immigration applications. Spivack began Encounters Overseas in 1993 utilizing a fax device and regular mail solutions before moving to Web-based solutions given that Internet became widely accessible.
” In July 2000, James Fox attacked me personally,” Nataliya Fox penned in her own declaration towards the court in June 2002. “The beating lasted more or less couple of hours.” James Fox had been arrested for Nataliya’s attempted murder in July 2000. In a telephone that is recent, he denied striking Nataliya and stated that his record was indeed expunged. Continue reading “The proposed legislation would mandate disclosure of past orders that are restraining the person and would require immigration solutions to tell the lady about domestic physical violence defenses open to her.”