Many Americans befriend Algerians through Internet dating and social networking sites and these relationships often to lead marriage, or engagement. It is not uncommon for foreign nationals to enter into marriages with Americans solely for immigration purposes.
While many of the marriages between Americans and Algerians are successful, the U. Relationships developed via correspondence, particularly those begun on the Internet, are especially susceptible to manipulation. In some cases, the new American or permanent resident then remarries a wife he divorced before, around the same time as entering into a relationship with a sponsoring American citizen.
Here’s the full list of the rest of Henry VIII’s wives in our order of compatability: Perhaps surprisingly, the second most compatible wife was Anne of Cleves, whose marriage with Henry ended in under a year.
This relationship came out top due to the royal pair’s well-matched sexual appetite, openness with one another and high levels of energy and drive.
However, as you may guess from the fact that Anne Boleyn was only Henry’s second wife, this story does not end happily.
Often, the marriages end in divorce in the United States when the foreign national acquires legal permanent residence (“green card”) or U. While chat rooms, dating and social networking sites are great ways to make friends across international borders, the U. government urges Americans who meet foreign nationals on the Internet to take the time necessary to get to know them well before considering marriage keep in mind the signs noted above.
We then ran them through our complex matching algorithm to find who he was most suited to sharing the throne with, and we can reveal top of the list was…
Anne Boleyn A woman Henry VIII wanted to marry so much that he ignored the pope and started a reformation of the Church of England in order to divorce from his previous marriage.
Having failed to give Henry the male heir he so desperately sought, Anne was accused of treasonous adultery, incest and witchcraft and the king had her publicly beheaded at the Tower of London.
This may be because our findings show that Henry VIII wasn’t actually particularly compatible with any of his wives, due to his aggressive personality (did we mention the whole axe thing?
), high levels of neuroticism and lack of compassion.
Just for fun, we’ve mocked up our own version of how Henry and his wives’ profiles may have looked on Ye Olde e Harmony.