Josh & Henry’s Fight Featured on AOL News

[Joshua] Vandiver said he feels like he’s been treated like a second-class citizen in his own country. “It’s discriminatory to me as a U.S. citizen that I can’t have a successful petition for my spouse’s green card,” he told AOL News. “It’s an injustice toward me and Americans like me.”
“As a gay man I need to stand up for my beliefs when there are so many other couples out there. We are fighting for them too,” [Henry Velandia] told AOL News.
The men said they aren’t yet sure what they’ll do if Velandia is deported. “Trying to imagine me being separated from Josh is just — it’s like I see my world crumbling apart. We’re in love.”

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