Marriage law violation leads to deportation of Canadian from Britain
The BBC reported on Tuesday that a young woman from Canada is being deported from Britain because of the fact that she married her Welsh boyfriend even though her visa had expired.
The report stated that 19-year old Rochelle Roberts is almost sure to be deported from the country with an instruction that she will not be able to get back into the country until she is 21-years old.
Tow years after she first met Adam Wallis in Canada and fell in love with him, she married her him in November 2008.
Roberts had a visa of only six month and had planned to stay only for a month over there, but she fell in love with Adam and they decided to get married and live in Wales, the report stated.
The report added that she unintentionally became the first victim of changes that were introduced in the immigration laws of Britain in order to protect British Asian women from being forced into marriages.
The BBC said that the couple can live as a man and wife in any other European Union country where they can find employment to support themselves.
Wallis said in the Newsnight program of the network that it is insane that they can go to any other country and not their home country where the two married, even got the permission to do so.