Senator Kirsten Gillibrand and 12 Senate Colleagues: Stop Denying Green Card Petitions Filed By Lesbian and Gay Couples (UPDATED)

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand and 12 Senate Colleagues: Stop Denying Green Card Petitions Filed By Lesbian and Gay Couples (UPDATED)

January 18th, 2013

UPDATE:: See a copy of the letter to Attorney General Eric Holder and Sec. Janet Napolitano attached below. Since 2010 The DOMA Project has worked closely with a growing number of binational couples providing legal representation and filing green card and[...]

The DOMA Project Continues Press for Abeyance:  Cathy and Catriona Attend Green Card Interview in Denver

The DOMA Project Continues Press for Abeyance: Cathy and Catriona Attend Green Card Interview in Denver

January 16th, 2013

Last week The DOMA Project traveled to Denver, Colorado to join Cathy and Catriona, one of our many participant binational couples, as they attended a green card interview at their local USCIS office. Parents of three beautiful children, they were[...]

Forced Apart by DOMA, Kevin and Francis are Engaged to be Married and Fighting to be Together

Forced Apart by DOMA, Kevin and Francis are Engaged to be Married and Fighting to be Together

January 15th, 2013

My name is Kevin and I am currently engaged to Francis. My name is Kevin and I am currently engaged to Francis.  We are a gay binational couple who, like so many others, must endure being separated as a result of discriminatory[...]

After 12 Years, Ari and Nir Fight for a Future Together, File Green Card Petition Based on Their Marriage

After 12 Years, Ari and Nir Fight for a Future Together, File Green Card Petition Based on Their Marriage

December 27th, 2012

I am an American citizen. I was born in this country and mostly raised in Israel. I think of myself as a hybrid, an IsrAmerican. My parents, family and friends live in Israel, but the US is my origin and[...]

Binational Lesbian Couple in New Mexico Fight for the Right to be Together

Binational Lesbian Couple in New Mexico Fight for the Right to be Together

December 19th, 2012

I had been single for a while and began to feel that i wanted to "step out" again.  I called a colleague and asked her to include me in her socials so i could meet people.  Her response? "Go on[...]

On Their First Wedding Anniversary, Daniel and James Fight for a Green Card and Challenge DOMA

On Their First Wedding Anniversary, Daniel and James Fight for a Green Card and Challenge DOMA

December 17th, 2012

My first name is Carlos, but most people know me by my middle name, Daniel. I was born in a small town in Minas Gerais state, Brazil. I’d always dreamed of living in a cosmopolitan place, so when I was[...]

Time to Get Personal -- Announcing the Launch of Our Series of Short Films,

Time to Get Personal -- Announcing the Launch of Our Series of Short Films, "Love Stories: Binational Couples on the Front Lines Against DOMA"

December 10th, 2012

When Lavi Soloway, co-founder of The DOMA Project, came to the United States in 1989 as a foreign student from Canada, he could never have imagined that one of his greatest challenges would also present him with a chance to[...]

VICTORY! Long Nightmare Ends for Married Lesbian Couple in Denver, ICE Stops DOMA Deportation

VICTORY! Long Nightmare Ends for Married Lesbian Couple in Denver, ICE Stops DOMA Deportation

December 3rd, 2012

November was a month of celebrations for Violeta and Sujey Pando, a married lesbian couple living in Denver who have been inseparable since their first date. The month began with the six anniversary of that first date.  Then, a week[...]

Dana and Donna Are Happily Married, But an Expiring Work Visa Propels Them to Fight DOMA For a Green Card

Dana and Donna Are Happily Married, But an Expiring Work Visa Propels Them to Fight DOMA For a Green Card

November 29th, 2012

I, Dana, am your typical California girl.  I grew up on the Central Coast, went to college in San Francisco and Los Angeles for Film Production and ended up working in Animation after graduating. I’ve been in the Animation Industry[...]

Together for 23 Years, Linda and Lydia Raised Two Sons and Married, But Fight For Every Day Because of DOMA

Together for 23 Years, Linda and Lydia Raised Two Sons and Married, But Fight For Every Day Because of DOMA

November 28th, 2012

Twenty-three years ago, I was unexpectedly re-united with Linda, my life-partner, my soul mate, my wife. It was meant to be. Many years before, we knew each other as children back in the Philippines. Distantly related, Linda and I would see each[...]

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