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With the help of our allies at Love, Honor, Cherish Foundation, we are now launching a fundraising drive to maximize our impact on DOMA-related immigration issues and to aggressively ramp up The DOMA Project campaign to stop the deportations, separations and exile of lesbian and gay binational couples.
Please give generously today so that we can defeat DOMA, keep all binational couples together and ensure a smooth transition to the post-DOMA universe.
All donations are processed by our fiscal sponsor, Love Honor Cherish Foundation, which is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, charitable organization. Every dollar donated will go to The DOMA Project and is tax-deductible to the fullest extent permitted by law.
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Make a contribution today by sending a check or money order to the address below made payable to our fiscal sponsor, Love Honor Cherish Foundation, a California-based a 501(c)(3) organization that fights for state and federal marriage equality. LHCF will allocate every dollar raised to be spent on The DOMA Project. All donations are tax deductible as charitable contributions.
Make checks payable to “LOVE, HONOR, CHERISH FOUNDATION” and mail to the following address:THE DOMA PROJECT
c/o Masliah & Soloway, PC
5757 Wilshire Boulevard Suite 645
Los Angeles, CA 90036
Following our tremendous success since launching The DOMA Project in 2010 — winning a policy that would stop deportations of spouses and partners of gay Americans — our volunteer-run, DOMA-focused immigration project has continued to grow considerably as we have focused beyond deportation cases to include the filing of green card cases for couples not threatened with deportation and the filing of fiancé(e) visa petitions for unmarried lesbian and gay couples who are separated. To keep up with the pace of developments in this rapidly-changing field, to keep developing and executing innovative advocacy and legal strategies, and to achieve a broad-based policy solutions from the Administration that will stop the separations, deportations and exile of same-sex binational couples we must raise funds to defray the costs of our programmatic activities and our legal cases.
As of March 2013, we have filed 70 green card cases for married lesbian and gay binational couples and we have 40 “DOMA green card” cases on appeal at the Board of Immigration Appeals. Most of the costs of the pro-bono legal work and advocacy is covered by volunteers, principally the law firm of Masliah & Soloway, founders of the The DOMA Project, but we need your help to pay for the remaining expenses of this campaign.
Your donations will also defray the costs of disbursements related to legal filings, and allow us to better coordinate the project participants and media strategy. All legal services will continue to be provided on a pro bono basis.
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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.