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 We met on one of the foreign dating cupid sites in 2013. Then we met in Madrid in 2013 in person at the airport and continued every year meeting in another country until this year we married in Spain. She lives in Spain, I can make a short story out of this in a few lines. So is it ok to say you met on a dating site ? Thanks, Jack

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Yes, be honest and say that you met online then met in person.


The vast majority of social/dating sites will not trigger IMBRA as long as they are open to all people, and don't specifically target US Citizens are their primary client base.


BUT if the site specifically states they ARE  a marriage broker, or only accept US Citizen clients, then IMBRA would apply (tip: unless they clearly do one or both of these things IMBRA will not apply).

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