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A charity worker who spent 5,000 bringing his new Jamaican bride to the UK was left heartbroken after she abandoned him within 20 minutes of walking through his front door.

Johnny Gannon spent thousands arranging a visa for 24-year-old Patrice Chambers so they could live in marital bliss in his council flat in Perth, Scotland.

But as soon as Patrice arrived in Perth, she sent trusting Mr Gannon, 57, out to buy Pot Noodles. When he returned she grabbed her bags and told him she was going.

Within 20 minutes of arriving through his front door she had flagged down a car and caught a train. He found out she had also run up a 500 bill on his mobile phone.

Heartbroken Mr Gannon, who married Patrice in Jamaica early this year, believes his new wife fled to Bristol to meet a Jamaican boyfriend with whom she had organised the scheme.

He told the Daily Mirror: 'I was looking forward to spending the rest of my life with Patrice but I think she had planned all along to do this.


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Chalk it up to charity boss.
The greatest single cause of atheism in the world today are Christians who acknowledge Jesus ;with their lips and walk out the door and deny Him by their lifestyle. That is what an unbelieving world simply finds unbelievable.

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Would she be illegal if he annul the marriage pronto? Well that's if his surname is on her visa...  Mrs. Gannon doesn't exist?


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Would she be illegal if he annul the marriage pronto? Well that's if his surname is on her visa...  Mrs. Gannon doesn't exist?




I'd hope so and hope dat happens.

Buh how she run up a phone bill dat high in so short a time?
The greatest single cause of atheism in the world today are Christians who acknowledge Jesus ;with their lips and walk out the door and deny Him by their lifestyle. That is what an unbelieving world simply finds unbelievable.

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Would she be illegal if he annul the marriage pronto? Well that's if his surname is on her visa...  Mrs. Gannon doesn't exist?




I'd hope so and hope dat happens.

Buh how she run up a phone bill dat high in so short a time?

she probably call everybody back ah yard to have a good laugh at de poor fool.

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i doe buy tis fella whole story...must have something more that he aint sayin

ah bit of ah exaggeration to get back at her...
Ah say it, how ah see it

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One of my buddies who works for DHS, deals with these kinda cases. It's hilarious when tells us the stories about American men who marry foreign women. As soon as they get their permanent residency, de women and dem does drop dem. The men does write letters to DHS telling their tales of woe and how these women use dem.  :beermug:

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My mind ran on this story while reading the article.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/story/2011/07/20/pol-kenney-immigration-visas.html

Ottawa targets 1,800 in citizenship crackdown
Move shows Canadian citizenship 'not for sale': Kenney


Ottawa intends to revoke the citizenship of 1,800 people it believes obtained their status through fraudulent means, Immigration Minister Jason Kenney says.

The decision to revoke citizenship is rare, and a large-scale crackdown such as this one appears to be unprecedented. Fewer than 70 citizenships have ever been revoked since the Citizenship Act was passed in 1949.

The people were identified through investigations conducted across the country by police and the Citizenship and Immigration Department. People identified by the investigations will receive letters informing them of the government's decision.

Immigration Minister Jason Kenney says the move to revoke the citizenship of 1,800 people shows Canadian citizenship is 'not for sale.' Canadian PressMost of the 1,800 individuals are believed to be living outside Canada, Kenney told reporters on Wednesday in Toronto.

The minister said the move sends a "very clear message" to anyone who thinks of abusing Canada's citizenship system.

"We are in the process of notifying them that we will revoke their citizenship because Canadian citizenship is not for sale," Kenney said.

"We believe that the vast majority of new Canadian citizens respect our laws. There is a small but not insignificant number who hired crooked consultants to obtain fake proof of residency."

The decision can be contested in Federal Court, which can be a long process. If individuals choose not to contest the decision, the federal cabinet will order their passports be voided and citizenship revoked.

But even that doesn't necessarily mean the individual will face deportation.

If citizenship is revoked, the individual returns to whatever status he or she held before gaining it, such as permanent residency, which requires a separate process to revoke, the CBC's Meagan Fitzpatrick reported from Ottawa.

But Kenney said he didn't expect any of the identified cases to file for the "public battle" of a judicial review and believes the vast majority of the revocations will be resolved quickly.

"There's a very fair and exhaustive legal process," he said. "We have strong, convincing evidence of the fraudulent activity happening."

10-year travel visa announced
Canada is also creating a new visa for frequent visitors, valid for 10 years with limitless entrances to the country, Kenney announced.

The visas will let people come to Canada for up to six months at a time, and as many times as they want, over the 10-year period. The new permit is expected to appeal to travellers who come to Canada frequently on business or to visit family.

Kenney, who made the announcement in a speech to the Economic Club of Canada in Toronto, said the move creates a "more responsive and flexible" processing system to deal with more applications.

Multiple-entry visas are already recommended for parents and grandparents with sponsorships being processed. But the ministry says it could now be extended to other clientele, such as business visitors.