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Yes, entering into a fraudulent marriage with the purpose of a foreign national to obtain permanent residency or citizenship is a federal felony. If the persons involved are charged and found guilty they can be sentenced up to five years in a federal facility and a maximum $250,000 fine to all participants. If convicted the foreign national will be deported after serving the mandated sentence and permanently barred from entering the U.S.

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