Saturday June 8, Live Stream Roundtable Discussion with Anthony Sullivan, Pioneer of the Binational Couple Marriage Equality Movement

Roundtable Discussion with Anthony Sullivan

Pioneer of Binational Couple Marriage Equality Movement

Plaintiff in the Landmark Case, Adams vs. Howerton

We are please to offer this unique opportunity to ask questions, listen, and learn from the pioneer of the movement for same-sex binational couples and marriage equality.  Anthony “Tony” Sullivan (Australia) married his husband, Richard Adams (U.S., in Colorado in April of 1975.  But when, after the wedding, they submitted a “green card” petition to the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service, as the agency was then known, they received this official reply: “You have failed to establish that a bona fide marital relationship can exist between two faggots.”  A ten year legal battle ensued in both federal court and in the Court of Public Opinion. Tony will be joined on the Roundtable by The DOMA Project co-founder, immigration attorney, Lavi Soloway, and 9 other lesbian and gay binational couples who will freely share in the discussion to also relate their immigration experiences.

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This workshop is provided by the DOMA Project is a pro bono campaign of the law firm of Masliah & Soloway, PC 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 will be live streamed on Saturday June 8, 2013 at 11am PDT, 2pm EDT. You will be able to watch the workshop on this page at the time specified.

 


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This is a pro-bono project of the law firm of Masliah & Soloway, PC. Posts on this website are offered for informational purposes only and do not constitute legal advice. The law firm of Masliah & Soloway, PC has offices in New York and Los Angeles. Our practice is limited to U.S. Immigration & Nationality Law.