Live Streamed Workshop: Answers to the Questions Most Frequently Asked By Lesbian and Gay Binational Couples

Answering Questions from Gay and Lesbian Binational Couples

Live Streamed Video Workshop by Attorney Lavi Soloway

workshopfinal2In this workshop, the DOMA Project founder, attorney Lavi Soloway, will answer the most frequently asked questions that have been submitted to the DOMA Project by gay and lesbian binational couples.  This workshop is the second in a series of workshops provided by the DOMA Project in conjunction with the Love Honor Cherish Foundation.

Please note: all our workshops are provided for informational purposes only.  The answers provided in this workshop do not constitute legal advice, and should not be relied upon as such.  We cannot directly address the personal circumstances of any individual case, but we encourage you to continue to submit general questions until the date of the workshop.

This workshop was originally live streamed on Sunday, April 28

View our previous workshop recording: Green Card Basics for Same Sex Couples After DOMA


  • Leo

    Thanks for your hard work for us.

    April 23, 2013
  • Keith

    Excellent workshop. Thank you for the FAQ format. And thank you for your efforts on behalf of our community.

    May 7, 2013
  • John and John

    We are now in a post DOMA world. Yet this workshop video is still relevant and a must see for any Bi-national couple seeking to go through the immigration process.

    Listen carefully folks. This is excellent advice on the cheap!

    September 24, 2013

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