I heard that if no one reports a bigamy situation then no one will know. Is that true? And how would the government find out?
They have their ways, including a fraud department. Sometimes they also call/visit with your neighbors and friends.
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Is this in relation to an immigration case?
If so ... they will know because you will tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth on your forms.
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