In the past XNUMX years, with the opening of the country, there have been more and more intermarriages between China and foreign countries.

In addition to the same relationship as the marriage of the family, both parties need to have an emotional foundation, a very important aspect of Chinese-foreign intermarriage is integration and integration, without utilitarian thinking. Such as the Canadian Dashan, he must integrate and integrate into the Chinese social and cultural system, because his marriage is based in China. Many Chinese girls have already accepted Western civilization when they study in the West. Their thinking, eating habits, and lifestyle have all been Westernized. Outstanding young men in the West are indeed more humorous, bold, and capable than Chinese young men. It is normal to marry a foreigner at this time, but don't forget that you must continue to integrate and integrate into Western society to deepen the foundation of marriage. Such as the combination of Chen Xiangmei and Chennault.


Australia is a humane country. After you become an Australian citizen or permanent resident as a skilled immigrant, your significant other can come to Australia to reunite through spouse immigration.

For spouse immigration, the core condition is that the applicant must be the spouse of an Australian citizen or permanent resident. Married or living together for more than one year can be considered as a spouse.

The Immigration Bureau has very strict inspections on the spouse relationship. To successfully obtain a spouse visa, the Immigration Bureau must verify whether the spouse relationship is true, continuous and unique from the aspects of housing, finance, society and mutual commitment.

Usually you can get a temporary residence visa half a year after the application, and then submit your permanent residence visa application, usually you have to wait another two years.

It is also stipulated that Australian citizens or permanent residents can only apply for spouse visas for two spouses for a lifetime. The interval between the two nominations is five years. Those who obtain visas through spouse immigration must wait five years before they can nominate their spouses for immigration application.


For example, some Chinese women immigrated to Australia using spouse immigration. Since the purpose of this kind of marriage is for the woman to immigrate to Australia and use the marriage as a springboard, the emotional foundation of the marriage is there, but it is not strong. In the end, this marriage often ends.

Ms. a, laid-off and divorced in China, used spouse immigration to immigrate to Australia and married an Australian Arab. Then he emigrated his son to Australia and then divorced. Through marriage, he married a man who divorced for this marriage in China. The visa was rejected by the Immigration Bureau and the marriage ended. Her first divorce was for immigration; her second marriage was based on her body; the second divorce was based on the lack of marriage basis and the two parties could not integrate and merge; the third marriage was based on Australian citizenship. It's budget-conscious enough.

This kind of marriage as a springboard to Australia will not last long.

The reason:

1. The purpose of the woman is very clear: immigrate to Australia;

2. The man is often not found in his own clan due to lack of financial means or remarriage. Be curious about the Chinese and feel fresh, and after the freshness, the break will be fast;

3. The woman cannot be integrated into the Western society. There are many such women in the circles I know, and some have mixed children. The final result is a divorce, but there is no property to divide. One is that most of these families are not rich; the other is that the West does not pay attention to savings and almost no deposits; if there is, the man has also moved, and this is someone else's territory. The mixed-race children are always raised by the woman, and the man will not pay the children's living expenses monthly, because the woman can receive social subsidies.

Here, there is also a story of a woman who came to New Zealand for business marriage,

"My friend was married in New Zealand and was cheated of money, so she had to go back to China empty-handed. I want to tell friends in New Zealand through Chinese media-especially those who want to obtain identity through this illegal practice. We must be wary of people who use such behavior to cheat and deceive.” A woman said to our editor on the phone. So, I met this woman and came to a red brick structure Unit in HOWICK in the east of Auckland at the time negotiated on the phone. I just parked the car and I was still hesitating if it was what I was looking for. The door opened. A Chinese woman was standing by the door. She looked a little tired and weak. Her hair was loosely curled on top of her head. She was wearing a loose black coat with no buttons on her upper body. She was in the cold wind. , She pulled the corners of her clothes to protect herself with her hands folded. From her eyes on me, I knew that she was the person I was looking for. "Is it Tina?" She said to me first, "Yes, you are Mei?" I asked. She smiled at me. There is a big difference between her standing by the door and the MEI I imagined. MEI talked to me on the phone. She on the phone spoke with the gentle tone of a southern woman, but she stood in front of me. She is not as petite as a southern woman, but shows the tall figure of a northern Chinese.

I followed her into her home.

This is a unite with one bedroom and one living room. In the living room, a child about 3,4 or XNUMX years old is sitting on the floor playing a game console. The child looks very cute. Mei told me it was her son. Mei's husband is KIWI and his son is a mixed-race. From Mei's eyes on his son, I can see Mei's hope for life. Mei and I sat in the living room and started talking. Her husband came out of the bedroom. It was a young KIWI. He greeted me very politely. Then he gave me a cup of coffee and took their son out of the living room and went to the bedroom. . Mei took out a file bag from her side and showed me some data about her friend Brerda.

Mei's friend Brerda, like Mei, came from a province in the north of China, but it was here that Mei met Brerda through friends. "Brerda, Google, are too silly. Actually, I don’t approve of commercial marriage. If you want to stay in this country, it’s most unwise to adopt commercial marriage. Because of this, you will put your own destiny in the hands of others. Come on," Mei said quickly.

Mei showed me a copy of Brerda's marriage certificate and wedding photo. The faces of the bride and groom in the photo are filled with happy smiles. Anyone who looks at this photo would never think that a conspiracy is brewing after the wedding.

The divorced Brerda came to New Zealand from China in November 2003 in the name of a business investigation. At a friend’s house party, she met Tom, a middle-aged unmarried man, PR through the introduction of her ex-husband’s sister. After dating for a while, Brerda felt that Tom was not her ideal partner, but Brerda’s 11-month visa was just It was about to expire, and Tom’s terms were more suitable to help her stay in New Zealand by marriage, so Brerda negotiated with Tom. At the same time, with the help and coordination of his ex-husband’s sister Helen, Brerda and Tom reached a business marriage agreement. At the price of S$3, Tom agreed to get married and helped Brerda get the New Zealand PR. After Brerda handed Tom S$3, in January 3, Tom and Brerda came to the New Zealand Ministry of Civil Affairs. Married and held a small wedding. Of course, all these expenses are also paid by Brerda. Soon, Brerda received a one-year work visa. Brerda, who was immersed in joy, thought that when he married Tom, she was in the safe, and she was a New Zealander. She is just waiting for the approval process and time of the New Zealand Immigration Service. After getting married, Brerda and Tom did not live together at all for some time. Because he can't speak English, Brerda became a massage lady in a massage parlor in order to earn back the money borrowed from relatives for business marriage. But what Brerda didn’t expect was that Tom began to find various reasons to ask her for money. If she didn’t give it, he threatened Brerda not to help apply for PR, and also reported to the Immigration Bureau that she was a massage lady in a massage parlor because of what she held. The work visa is not allowed to do this kind of work. The thought that he was married to him and that he would be relieved as long as one year made Brerda compromise many times. Tom took all the money he earned in the massage parlor. Tom used the money to buy the car, but the car was registered with Tom’s own name, not Brerda’s name.

On the suggestion of a friend, Brerda rented a house, bought furniture and other daily necessities, and asked Tom to live in the same house with her. The two applied for a joint bank account. But Tom’s condition is that Brerda should go to the lawyer’s office to sign an agreement for separation after marriage. The time was written in February 2004, that is, one month after the marriage, she and Tom separated. At the same time, the lawyer also told Brerda that the separation The agreement will not be provided to Immigration New Zealand, so it will not affect their PR application. Believing in the lawyer's advice and Tom's pledge, Brerda compromised again and agreed to sign the separation agreement.

Time flies by. In January 2005, Brerda's work visa expired, but the PR she applied for still had no results and no progress. In May 1, amidst uneasy waiting, Brerda finally waited for the interview notice from the immigration office. At this time, Tom told Brerda to give another 2005 SGD before going to the immigration office for an interview. However, at this time Brerda has nothing, but thinking of the humiliation and suffering he has suffered over the past year, isn't it all to wait for the immigration interview on this day? So, she again lent money to Tom from her family in China, thinking that this is the last chance, and maybe the last time she is controlled by Tom. As long as she passes the interview with the immigration bureau, she can get rid of Tom's endless demand for money. Up. On May 5, Tom and her came to the immigration office for an interview. But what Brerda didn’t expect was that Helen—her ex-husband’s sister actually wrote to the immigration office before the interview, reporting that the relationship between Brerda and Tom was untrue, and Tom did not cooperate well. The result of the interview was that the immigration office did not believe it. Their marriage is real, and her PR application was rejected. At this time, Helen and Tom found her again and said that if Brerda gave them another 3000 SGD, Tom would appeal to the Immigration Bureau and help Brerda apply for PR again, but at this time Brerda was already penniless. Domestic relatives no longer want to lend her money. In this business marriage, she was traumatized by heart and soul, physically and mentally exhausted. Faced with repeated deceptions and never-ending money transactions, Brerda thoroughly understood this so-called marriage transaction. She will never There won't be a chance, but now she woke up from a nightmare. After spending all her money and owing a large debt to relatives, Brerda decided to leave Tom and give up this business marriage. She chose to "black" down, Brerda gave up the appeal, and gave up the seemingly hopeful "stay". She wanted to escape Tom's entanglement, and also wanted to earn some more money that was cheated, so she returned to massage As a massage lady in the hospital, due to her lack of identity, she gets very low remuneration, and she lives with fear every day. After a busy day, on a rare day off, she is nostalgic for her hometown and relatives, often crying and going to sleep Finished. She regrets that she believes in some irresponsible intermediary companies. For the sake of money, it is too much to say that immigrants come to New Zealand. She also regrets that she has given up everything in the country and chose the wrong way to come to New Zealand. Under the circumstances of understanding the laws of New Zealand, she chose the way of commercial marriage to make herself suffer from physical and mental trauma, and the money was empty. But what made her even more hated were those who were ignorant of their conscience. Don't understand the conduct of fraud.

Living in New Zealand, a country with many dreams that she had longed for and yearned for, for more than a year, she deeply understood the truth that a person must choose the right path. Once she embarks on a wrong path in life, it will be difficult. Find the joy of life.

One day in August, after a few months of "black" coming down, Brerda was discovered by the Immigration Bureau and sent back to China.

When she left this country, she said this to her friends: "I chose the wrong way to stay in New Zealand. I was wrong, but I want to blame some people in this country, or I took the PR of this country, used the ignorance and blindness of new immigrants, and used New Zealand's humane immigration system to defraud money and commit crimes." "I can leave New Zealand, but I must expose the conspiracy under business marriage." Brerda repeated. To her friend.

Brerda finally left New Zealand with a few traces of helplessness and sadness.

Here we want to use the story of Brerda to warn everyone that abiding by New Zealand’s laws and regulations and taking good care of the responsibilities and obligations of their citizens are equally important. Those who want to use this method to immigrate should be wary of falling into the trap of commercial marriage! (The names of the characters in the above stories are all pseudonyms)

In short, business marriage is a path of no return, and children's shoes for business marriages must think clearly, not to be empty and wealthy.