FAQs

Why are so many women anxious to leave their countries?

The women are not really anxious to leave their country. There is a real shortage of marriageable males in some foreign countries. Dating and close relationships in these countries are also more difficult because of economic and social factors. Finding privacy is also difficult due to a housing shortage and the prevalence of extended family homes. Many homes include three generations of a family. Most of the women in these countries are attractive, already successful in their careers and are now seeking opportunities to meet someone they might fall in love with and have a family. It is of secondary importance that they may find it necessary to relocate to another country.

Is the divorce rate in those countries higher than in the U.S. If so, why?

Actually, the divorce rate in the United States is very high as compared to the rest of the world.

Many of the women seem to have advanced education/degrees and often professional careers. It seems to me that they are willing to give up an awful lot for the unknown.

Education was and is important in much of the developing world. The literacy rate in many countries is very high, and many people have higher education. Regardless, the state of the economy is such that there is a shortage of jobs even for the very educated. In many countries a professional woman may be fortunate to earn the equivalent of $200 (U.S. dollars) per month. On average, women in those countries earn less than $100 (U.S. dollars) per month.

How much money do one of these women with a degree make?

A professional woman with a higher education may be fortunate to earn the equivalent of $200 (U.S. dollars) per month. On average, women in many countries earn less than $100 (U.S. dollars) per month. Of course, should they relocate to the United States and acquire the requisite English language skills, they would earn the same as their U.S. counterparts.