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Is an online dating site considered a marriage broker?

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If it's not solely concerned with facilitating marriages between Americans - on the one side - and foreign nationals on the other, and if it doesn't charge differently for its services (that is Americans pay higher subscriptions and the foreign nationals pay lower fees or even nothing), then it's not considered a marriage broker.

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If it's not solely concerned with facilitating marriages between Americans - on the one side - and foreign nationals on the other, and if it doesn't charge differently for its services (that is Americans pay higher subscriptions and the foreign nationals pay lower fees or even nothing), then it's not considered a marriage broker.

Thank you sooooooooooo much for the reply. I just want to get this in the mail as soon as possible because it means that it is one step closer to bringing my baby home to be with me. It is so hard being without him and I miss him terribly. This evening when I came home from work and walked through my door I just wanted to cry because I can't wait for the day that I can open that door to see my honey, in our home, on our couch, right in front of me! Okay, I know I got all emotional there - I think I am okay now. LOL!!!! Thanks again!

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Let us know what the outcome is.

My fiance and I met on a UK based Friend/dating site and are wondering the same thing. They are not primarily used for US but they allow us in. They also charge but do not charge less for either side. In fact, they even have different opening screens and Message boards and such. The US can access them but UK can't. However they have a meets manager for having parties in the UK, but no other country can access it. They make it rather difficult for US to meet UK unless in a profile search and email or chatrooms or if the US people come into the UK message boards...

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