NOT TRUE; Iceland Will Pay $5,000 Per Month To Immigrants Who Marry...

NOT TRUE; Iceland Will Pay $5,000 Per Month To Immigrants Who Marry Icelandic Women


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The story broke recently and has attracted a lot of attention from many quarters:

Breaking news about Iceland country incredible but true if you are interested read the full story Iceland team was able to achieve an unprecedented achievement in the European after sending England packing Iceland will hope to spring an even more dramatic surprise on one of Europe’s footballing superpowers in the quarter finals as they take on hosts France. 

Thanks to this win, Iceland became a place of world attention and deliberated some news sites a number of amusing news related to this.
As the number of population of the country and its customs and traditions Perhaps the most prominent of our attention the story that it’s because of the high proportion of females than males have resorted government of that country to the solution is to grant $5,000 per month per immigrant marries Icelandic, and that the priority in this resolution will go to North Africa’s population.

Sunday Adelajablog has however found that there is no truth to this story as the latest population data of Iceland actually shows slightly more men than women in Iceland, with 1,007 men for every 1,000 women in general; in Reykjavík, there are 985 men for every 1,000 women, but in the countryside the ratio is 1,129 men for every 1,000 women.

Also The Icelandic government has not confirmed this story and does not have any kind of grant in place for immigrants who marry Icelanders, regardless of gender.

Our source of the original story howafrica have not changed their narrative, but our research has shown that there is no truth to the above story.

We apologize for the inconvenience this news might have caused our esteemed readers, the women of Iceland and their government.

This was done with the best intention of spreading an information that looked like good news the time. We love you all and we hope no one has booked their flight to Iceland yet.

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