They are not considered as JW's and the society can not officially sanction any of their life style choices.
The same goes for disfellowshipped persons or persons who disassociated themselves from the JW's.
” OUR RESPONSE: Dear friend, We appreciate the love you express for your Jehovah’s Witness boyfriend and your desire to help him find freedom in Christ.
I am scared about what this religion will do to our relationship and I feel like I am losing the man I love. He is no longer attending my church’s small group Bible studies and our religious discussions have become more intense.
How can I witness to him about my faith and help him find the truth in Christ without arguing and destroying our relationship?
Do not underestimate the control his family had over his decision to go back to the Jehovah’s Witnesses.
Some Christian denominations allow their members to marry whomever they please, others discourage it, and others just don't allow it (you are either disfellowshipped or the church refuses to perform the marriage).
However, he still holds onto many of the beliefs he was raised with and in the last six weeks, his friends and family have influenced him to go back to the meetings at the Kingdom Hall.
He is now trying to get reinstated and has even asked me to “study” with his mom.She did not want to abandon him, yet began to see the reality of the situation.Then Jehovah God said: "It is not good for the man to continue to be alone.So many persons who are raised as a JW, do not consider themselves JW's (although the outside world might perceive them this way) and they live with partners whom they choose 'freely' (of course one has to take into account some pressure from family, peer pressure and pressure from society in general, which limits the free choice of most persons).1) Since many JW's are married and belong to a different religion before they get baptized as a Jehovah's Witness, interfaith marriages are not so rare among JW's (typically only the wife converts to JW's).What position do Jehovah's Witnesses hold on interfaith marriage?