Dating international service totally

Our Russian and Spanish operators are standing by to place calls to the Russian women and Latin women with whom you are most interested.

There is never a charge unless you actually speak directly with the foreign woman, and then there is only a 4 min. She is free to give you her personal contact information (once she has signed your IMBRA form), including phone number at any time during the call.

Our panel will include Laurie Wu, Immigration Attorney, John Adams, President of A Foreign Affair, past Singles Tour clients and real Russian ladies who have married American men and are now living in the USA.

You will be joined by up to 100 callers from around the world for an hour of informative, current and important information for anyone considering meeting and marrying a foreign woman.

Notice: IMBRA ("International Marriage Broker Regulation Act") is current Federal legislation that was first passed in 2006.

The law was intended to provide more information to foreign women about the men who were writing to them before they decided to exchange personal contact information.

The Monday night conference call is a candid, honest conversation about how you can invest the time and effort into finding the international partner who will complete your life; you will not hear any fluff or fantasy marketing.

Now every Thursday night call is also a live Webcast!

Every Monday night, A Foreign Affair hosts a free, live phone conference where you can talk candidly about international dating with someone who truly knows it inside and out.

IMBRA does not prevent you from corresponding with or meeting the women profiled on the site, and you can still exchange personal contact information once the woman has received a copy of your IMBRA form which is found on the members section of the site.

It is important that you only use sites that are compliant with IMBRA, otherwise you may experience difficulties when applying for a Fiancée visa for the woman to travel to the United States as IMBRA is now a question that is asked as part of the process.

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