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Can I lie about being married to my recruiter?

I went to one recruiter and they said that being married to someone active duty will be a long 9 month process to getting the package approved for me to even be sworn in. If I lie about being married will they find out?

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If truth will not create any trouble for you or your wife, you must speak it.

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Do not lie. It is a felony to lie on enlistment applications and paperwork. also you will want your wife to have medical coverage and the other benefits associated with being a military spouse.
DO NOT LIE.

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