Marry Pakistani Man – beware. This is a sizzling hot topic. Many Pakistani men come to the U.S or the U.K in search of a better life. To get the better life, some seek out women in the U.S. or the U.K for marriage. I will use the word “foreign” when I speak of the women or wives from the U.S. and the U.K.
Women want to marry Pakistani man because he seems kind, sweet, charming, and debonair. She sees him as the man of her dreams. He treats her like a princess. Many of the women don’t know the Pakistani man uses those qualities to trap the foreign women. Some Pakistani men are deceitful. A Foreign woman who marries a Pakistani man could find herself spun in a web of deception.
Women from the U.S. or the U.K. marry Pakistani man without realizing the truth
Women from the U.S. or the U.K. marry Pakistani man without realizing the truth. Since polygamy 411 has been in existence, I’ve learned a lot about this topic from the commentators who are foreign women and have married Pakistani men.
Many of the Pakistani men marry foreign women, but do not tell the women that they already have wives and some have children too that are in Pakistan. When the already married Pakistani men marry the foreign women, as well, the men become polygamous. More often than not, the Pakistani man married his first cousin in Pakistan. They had an “arranged marriage.”
Sometimes these Pakistani men never take the foreign wives to Pakistan to meet their families, relatives, or friends there. Sometimes the people in Pakistan that I just mentioned never know of the wife who is in the U.S. or the U.K. The foreign wife becomes a “secret wife.”
The foreign woman who marry Pakistani man may one day get a surprise of her life
The foreign woman who marry Pakistani man may one day get a surprise of her life. He may one day say he must go back to Pakistan and he comes back married. He probably married his first cousin. He says his mother made him do it. He gives the foreign wife excuses as to why he could not defy his mother. Although the reason is cultural, he’ll say it’s Islam. He’s got it twisted. It has absolutely nothing to do with Islam.
When the foreign wife learns of the marriage to the other woman, whether the marriage was an arranged one or otherwise, she becomes distraught. She doesn’t know what to do. She has already become emotionally invested, and has made a life with this man. She has a huge problem, which is extremely difficult and painful for her to resolve.
Why do these Pakistani men do this to foreign women? Many do it to get citizenship/naturalization/immigration status in the U.S. or U.K. They want a better life for themselves and their families back home in Pakistan.
Some actually fall in love with the foreign women whom they married. Others do not. They simply get the immigration status they sought and then divorce the foreign women.
Any foreign woman who marry Pakistani man should beware of the lies, deceit and betrayal
Any foreign woman who marry Pakistani man should beware of the lies, deceit and betrayal that may await them. A foreign woman should investigate thoroughly the Pakistani man she intends to marry. She should make sure she meets his family, relatives, and friends in Pakistan. She should ask him if he is already married or if his family has arranged a marriage for him to take place in the future.
She should secure her assets, for instance, keep her funds separate from his, or have a prenuptial agreement. Most importantly, she should act, using intellect and not emotions. These men are very suave and convincing.
I, in no way, assert that every Pakistani man is as I described above. I simply want you to know that based on information I have received on this blog, I have learned there are very many Pakistani men who have done all that I have mentioned above. We all know nothing is absolute except our Creator. I simply urge all women – marry Pakistani man, beware!
The problem is so serious that the Muslim Minister Baroness Warsi spoke on it. Click link below to read the article:
To learn more about the Baroness Warsi visit: http://www.sayeedawarsi.com/about/