Jones Day, America's #2 law firm, fighting hard to regulate the Internet and stop American men from dating women from Eastern Europe

 IMBRA law totally blocks contact with women who don't have email (see page 12 section iv) such as Anna on the right, aged 22, who wants to meet Americans.

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For Release: August 14th, 2006 


Jones Day Law Firm Wins Ruling "No fundamental liberty interest in Americans meeting foreigners for relationships"

Do the Managing Partners Know About Pro-IMBRA Pro-Bono Work?

Jones Day is the second largest law firm in the United States. They should know better than to get involved in radical feminist-oriented pro-bono work that half the country finds controversial: they want to make it illegal for men everywhere to date younger adult women from other countries: banning Internet dating by using epithets such as "Mail Order Bride industry". More than 100,000 women's profiles to be deleted from Internet because of Jones Day's misguided political correctness.

Click here for an interesting history of this controversial law:

IMBRA: Anatomy of a Feminist Hoax

Arab businessmen: Do not do any business with Jones Day until they explain themselves on this matter. This law condemns men for dating younger women from countries like Russia where age difference is no problem among adults.

In the 2006 ongoing Ohio lawsuit of AODA (America Online Dating Association) vs Gonzales Jones Day is working with a "women's organization" called the Tahirih Justice Center and the pro-same-sex-marriage firm of Arnold & Porter to condemn the dating of younger adult heterosexual women by middle-aged heterosexual men and obtain an Ohio judge Thomas Rose's preliminary opinion that states:

"The Supreme Court has never explicitly recognized a fundamental liberty interest in Americans meeting foreigners for relationships".

Does America's 2nd largest law firm concur with all this? Do the firm's partners even know what their feminist associates are trying to pull here?

Write to them from their site, the quintessential pro-feminist, anti-male law firm.?

Pleasesee the IMBRA FAQ Page to read about the court fight that Jones Day foolishly got itself involved in (losing business from all men who don't appreciate pro-feminist law firms).

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In a related topic:

Why Previous "Mail Order Bride" Laws Are a Boom to Immigration Fraud

A rising but seldom heard segment of Immigration Fraud known as Green Card Scammer was given a “Green light Go Ahead” in America March 6, 2006.

Know by USCIS Immigration experts to exist in 8% of all K-1 and K-3 visa petitions little or no attention was granted to this rising problem as new laws “Aiding and Abetting” these types of fraud were signed into law. What is more, provisions of existing laws then make it easier for persons committing fraud to receive United States Citizenship at an accelerated rate, and even receive State financial aid while waiting processing of their Self Petition. Nothing short of rewarding the Bank Robber with a bank of their own.

Proponents of the International Marriage Broker Act of 2005 purposefully overlooked INS statistics revealing 8% of all K-1 and K-3 visa applicants enter into these relationships and marriages for fraudulent reasons. The diplomatic staff at U.S. Embassies positioned through out the world has conducted intensive interviews for decades attempting to attest to the true nature of the visa beneficiary. By U.S. Immigration law, the visa beneficiary is even required to submit a letter of Intent, stating once granted entry into the United States they intend to marry the petitioner.

It is quite simple, some people are willing to lie to get into the Promised Land, (America). I was alarmed to find out how easy it was to find on the internet the “going price” offered by foreign criminals to American Citizens to facilitate phony marriages with foreign women that wish to gain access to America. Korea - $3000.00, Cuba - $10,000.00, Federated Soviet Union - $25,000.00, and the list goes on. Quite simply deceiving an unsuspecting American Citizen looking for a life mate through marriage fraud is considerably cheaper. In fact it can be down right profitable.

A problem exists in identifying and then deporting persons who perpetuate immigration fraud in this fashion. Cases have been found where the American Citizen have used key logging software on the home PC and telephone records to illustrate the Green Card Scammer’s intent to bring over their ex spouse once they obtained a green card. Others don’t wait that long and leave the unsuspecting American fiancées with in days of their arrival here in the United States. What complicates matters more, female perpetrators of immigration fraud are highly familiar with U.S. Domestic violence laws and understand a false claim of abuse not only insures free legal assistance but also invokes new federal laws prohibiting their removal from the United States

Once the false allegations are made by persons committing immigration fraud, local police departments are mandated by law to file reports even if no physical evidence of abuse is present. Immigration laws only rely on the filling of the report not the outcome of any legal proceedings generated by the reported abuse. Immigration laws have been modified recently that also prohibit the American Citizen from even attending any proceedings, or even from submitting evidence that proves the immigration fraud.

Citing an array of cooked statistics the authors and proponents of the International Marriage Broker Act of 2005 attempted to portray an abuse rate of “over 50%”. Further examination of the facts revealed it was a telephone survey of 175 agencies dedicated towards providing Spousal Abuse services where over 50% have offered services to foreign women who entered the United States through a K-1 or K-3 visa.

“Tahirih Justice Center which represents several abused brides. A survey by the group found that 50 percent of 175 U.S. legal-aid groups had been approached by abused mail-order brides”,



Given the rate of over 4000 marriages per year since the early 90s, the reality is this translates into a rate of 0.22% or 154 times less likely then the average American woman to be abused. Given the number of persons perpetrating immigration fraud each year, claiming abuse that number should have been higher. What is not revealed in their report is that during that same period of time over 4000 persons have engaged in defrauding the American government and unsuspecting US citizens.

Proponents of the new laws readily claim the “abuse victims” come from poor, economically depressed economies. What they don’t wish to acknowledge is that desperate people often take drastic measures and immigration fraud is one of them.


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The "Conditional Status" Green Card Trick



The following from a reader with experience of the 8% abuse by foreign brides compared to the 1% abuse in the other direction:

Usually you will attend an adjustment of status interview and the spouse will obtain "conditional status" Green Card.  After 2 years you are supposed to apply for removal of conditions using a joint I-751 form.  The stated intent of Congress in doing this was to prevent fraud and protect Americans from being defrauded.  The law itself is a fraud upon American men who think it is there to protect them.

The trick is that your spouse "does not need you anymore" (they say that too) after the adjustment of status. She can get the conditions removed by claiming 1) Abuse 2) Bonafide Marriage at Inception 3) Hardship.  Once she gets the conditional green card, it is virtually IMPOSSIBLE for her to lose it.  The Conditional status has become a trap and a trick for American men who think they are "protected" by this law.  In fact, this law, like IMBRA, is extremely dangerous for men.  It encourages fraud and worse, it encourages getting the man arrested and accused of abuse.  The Russian mafia knows all about this. Do not count on the conditional status from protecting you; it is only there to hurt you. If she starts acting cold or asks for money within a few weeks of the AOS, then you will know what she is up to.  Do not give her the money and file for annulment.

Immigration DOES not care if she married you for a green card.  They will ONLY care if you BOTH contracted for a green card exchange (in which case you go to jail but not her) or if you get an annulment based on fraud.  It is a sick ironic twist that you get defrauded twice; once by her, and then again by the law !  This is why some unbalanced men have become violent in these situations; they are cornered and violated by their own government. Getting violated in this way is no excuse for violence. But you are smarter because you have read this website and now YOU can fight back !   

Your only hope is to get a fraud annulment as in Bazzi v. Ashcroft, 118 Fed. Appx. 953, 958 (6th Cir. 2004) where an annulment was used as evidence of fraud.  A regular divorce is not sufficient to prove fraud.



A reader writes: one anti-male part of IMBRA is to help criminals get green cards by claiming abuse.  



  • Does not share in expenses
  • Unwillingness to sign pre-nuptial agreement
  • Unwillingness to have children
  • Lazy/Does not work
  • Goes to school at your expense and not via a loan
  • Has male friends from home country; Previous marriages/Divorces
  • If she is already in the U.S.  -check criminal record and public records for any convictions or judgements 
  • Infidelity and begs for forgiveness (Absolute deal breaker)
  • Has arguments over nothing
  • Looks for trouble, starts fights, calls police
  • Acts cold, especially after immigration interview


Men: Don't be surprised when immigration doesn't help you; you are on your own .... NEVER EVER FORGET ...








An American man was arrested and had to pay his lying fraudster wife $150,000 for his alleged abuse; Be Careful.  Read the following for a pattern that is repeated often.  Tell us that we need IMBRA to protect these con artists:


An international matchmaking agency should not be held responsible for a client's alleged abuse of his Ukrainian mail-order bride, the company's lawyer told a federal appeals court. Shockingly the 4th Circuit appeals court did not agree and showed their disagreement instantly, without reading or studying the matter.

Nataliya Fox claimed that the hard working Russian entrepreneur owner of Encounters International failed to screen its male clients and neglected to tell her about a law allowing foreign nationals to escape abusive marriages without fear of automatic deportation.

But Nataliya Fox, a Ukrainian prostitute, was already in the USA when Natasha did her a favor of introducing her to James Fox and Nataliya then committed fraud to stay in the country after being at first engaged to a State Department employee named Jeff Hermesmann.

A federal jury in Baltimore, having not been made aware of the facts in the case, agreed with the radical feminist rantings of Randy Miller of Arnold & Porter and awarded Fox $434,000 in damages--the first jury verdict against an international marriage broker in the United States, according to the Tahirih Justice Center, an advocacy group for women that assisted in the case. Arnold & Porter now plans to use this case as a foundation for destroying and Yahoo Personals...where the real money is (Natasha of Encounters will never be able to pay a dime of the $434,000 punishment). 

Encounters International (Natasha Spivack) argued in its appeal that it only introduced Nataliya and James Fox and was not responsible for the woman's troubles.

"This is a matchmaking service. It never took on the lifelong duty to protect one spouse from another," Encounters International attorney Paul Zukerberg told a three-judge panel of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

Randy Miller, the Arnold & Porter lawyer for Nataliya Fox (the same law firm pushing for same-sex marriage), countered that federal law specifically required the agency to tell her about the so-called battered-spouse waiver, which Congress enacted to prevent female immigrants from becoming trapped in abusive relationships.

"It would have taken them 10 seconds to tell her about the battered spouse remedy," Miller said in an interview. He said some brokers fear mentioning the possibility of abuse will cause women to have second thoughts. This is radical feminist bull.

Fox, now a civil engineer in Loudoun County, was 27 when she married 34-year-old James Fox in November 1998. They had met through the agency less than three months earlier.

She claimed her husband beat her in July 2000--an allegation James Fox denied in court, where he described his wife as "a fruitcake." Criminal charges against James Fox were expunged after he completed a course for batterers, according to court records. This was blackmail. After that he could not testify in the Encounters Case while Arnold & Porter's Randy Miller convinced a jury that he had, in fact, battered his wife.

Nataliya Fox received a $115,000 settlement in a separate lawsuit against James Fox, who flew to Haiti and got a divorce in 2000.  He is now being blackmailed NOT to testify in the Encounters case that he had, in fact, never abused Nataliya Fox. Arnold & Porter law firm committed fraud by not insisting that the supposed abuser husband have his say in court...and then by getting James Fox's ex-wives to testify in the Encounters case that he supposedly wasn't a nice guy!

The judge let this happen! The Supreme Court needs to throw this case out on a lot of unsavory technicalities, but only AFTER the Supreme Court overturns IMBRA.

IMBRA passed Congress, however, because the above fraudulent case resulted in conviction of the innocent party.