"Who Wants to Marry a U.S. Citizen?" was a show devised by Morusa Media in California in 2007, which by the end of that year had already come up with the first pool of contestants and a host signed up.
The idea? A lucky, single American woman goes on dates with three handsome but illegal immigrants and at the end picks one with which to spend the rest of her life. Sounds like a fun way to get a green card but the producers made no promises that a marriage would occur or lead to U.S. citizenship. The host, Angelo Gonzales argued: 'There are thousands of US citizens seeking a spouse, and just as many immigrants seeking the same. So we want to make it a win-win situation for all involved'.
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