ONLINE WORKSHOP: Green Card Basics for Same-Sex Couples After DOMA

 Green Card Basics for Same-Sex Couples After DOMA 

Live streamed on You Tube on Sunday, April 14
9 a.m. Pacific Time / 12 p.m. Eastern Time/ 5 p.m. British Summer Time



The workshop will focus on the law and procedure for marriage-based green card petitions and fiancé(e) visas petitions for couples in the US, couples who are separated, and couples who are abroad.

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  • Raul Premio

    I m watching! Thanks

    April 14, 2013
  • Max Brava

    Thank you Lavi and Team Doma Project. The Green Card Basics workshop was awesome. It was well presented, with all the topics and points clearly defined and I know it will be so helpful to all who have access to it. It provide me with a great source of information for all I come in contact with in my advocacy work for the “cause”.

    It is Gay Pride in Miami today, and I made the choice to be present for this rather than go man the booth for Unity Coalition…..however I have been communicating with all my “comrades” at the event….how GREAT THIS WORKSHOP is!!! Now their all asking a million questions.

    Once again Lavi…you’ve “HIT IT OUT OF THE PARK”

    With much gratitude and love,
    Max and Francisco

    April 14, 2013
  • Janice

    Thank you so much Lavi and everyone else for this wonderful workshop. Looking forward to more in the coming weeks.

    Thank you for all your hard work. You’re not giving up, and neither are we. We will win this together! :-)

    April 14, 2013
  • Geoffrey

    I’m really upset that I had to miss the live presentation. I was watching it replayed on YouTube, but it just went private. Will it be available again? Thanks!!

    April 14, 2013

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