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How to Find a Russian Wife

by Ris Lexington

Marrying a foreigner can open your eyes to many things that you never knew about yourself, your culture, and your country's immigration policies. While there's no shortage of electronic and paper advertisements that offer promises of the perfect Russian wife, it's always a good idea to use legitimate methods to find that special someone. Exercise caution and use common sense to avoid foreign marriage agency scams, which unfortunately, are quite common.Prior to taking a chance with foreign romance, learn how to find a Russian wife without making yourself vulnerable to a financial scam or heartache.

Find a Russian Wife

Join an international dating website. Talk to single women from Russia until you find a woman that has similar goals and interests as you. After all, compatibility is important to all marriages--foreign and domestic alike. Once you find someone that you enjoy chatting with, make arrangements to meet in person. If you hit it off, you can take your relationship to the next level.

Meet single Russian women that immigrated to your country. Many women that have immigrated to a new country are lonely and overwhelmed by a new culture. This may provide you with an opportunity to make lasting friendships and search for the perfect Russian companion. "Russians Abroad" is one of many websites that provides Russian immigrants with social networking communities in the United States.

Submit a personal ad in a Russian newspaper. This is a very effective, but most often overlooked way to find a Russian wife. Websites like "Brides by Paper" will assist you with your ad, allowing your personal ad to do all of the work for you.

Items you will need
  • Internet access

Tip

  • Realize that travelling to Russia to meet a potential wife will not be an inexpensive endeavor. Additionally, there are financial qualifications you must meet in order to receive the appropriate visa to bring your wife home.

Warning

  • Use caution. Do not give strangers money over the internet. Make sure that you're the person making all of the travel arrangements.

About the Author

Ris Lexington, a New York-based editor, has more than a decade of experience in newspaper, magazine and book publishing. Before becoming a professional writer online in 2007, she served as the editor of a Canadian health and wellness magazine. She holds a bachelor's degree in English.