Gemma and Jessica: DOMA Forces Another Lesbian American Citizen Into Exile To Keep Her Family Together

Gemma and Jessica: DOMA Forces Another Lesbian American Citizen Into Exile To Keep Her Family Together

August 13th, 2012

In July, it is never really that hot in the U.K. Certainly not compared to the hot, sticky humidity of a bustling metropolis like New York City.  It was a hot summer day when I finally met the love of[...]

VICTORY! Obama Administration Recognizes Marriages of Gay and Lesbian Binational Couples, Expanding Deportation Policy to LGBT Families

VICTORY! Obama Administration Recognizes Marriages of Gay and Lesbian Binational Couples, Expanding Deportation Policy to LGBT Families

August 3rd, 2012

After a two-year campaign urging the Obama administration to stop the deportations of spouses of gay and lesbian Americans, we welcome the announcement by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) that it will formally recognize same-sex marriages as part of[...]

Nancy Pelosi and 82 Members of Congress Again Urge Obama Administration to Stop DOMA Deportations

Nancy Pelosi and 82 Members of Congress Again Urge Obama Administration to Stop DOMA Deportations

August 2nd, 2012

Lavi Soloway's statement on behalf of The DOMA Project: "I commend Leader Pelosi and the other members for keeping the Obama administration's feet to the fire on this. Last summer the administration assured us that its kinder, gentler deportation policy would protect[...]

Seven Years After Falling in Love in Croatia, Jon and Nedo Fight for their Marriage and the Right to be Together

Seven Years After Falling in Love in Croatia, Jon and Nedo Fight for their Marriage and the Right to be Together

July 31st, 2012

My name is Jon. In the photo above, I am the American guy on the right looking a bit choked up. I think it was taken just after the moment during our wedding when my husband Nedo stared into my[...]

Cathy & Catriona: Colorado Lesbian Couple with Three Children Applies for Green Card to Keep Family Together

Cathy & Catriona: Colorado Lesbian Couple with Three Children Applies for Green Card to Keep Family Together

July 23rd, 2012

Most mountain-climbing stories end when the summit is reached and the climbers are safely down the mountain.   Our story begins there.   Cathy and I met and fell in love while trekking and climbing in Nepal, and together we[...]

LISTEN: NPR Interview with Judy Rickard and Lavi Soloway on the Front Lines of the Fight Against DOMA

LISTEN: NPR Interview with Judy Rickard and Lavi Soloway on the Front Lines of the Fight Against DOMA

July 20th, 2012

"We were at a point in the summer of 2010, I really felt that if couples started to tell their stories and didn't take "no" for an answer but insisted on holding the Immigration Service accountable, requiring the Immigration Service[...]

The DOMA Project Welcomes Our Summer Intern, Ethan Gil

The DOMA Project Welcomes Our Summer Intern, Ethan Gil

July 10th, 2012

  Stop the Deportations, Separations, and Exile - The DOMA Project is happy to welcome our new summer intern Ethan Gil is a graduate of Duke University and is currently a rising second-year law student at the University of Southern California Gould[...]

Janice & Margie: Married Lesbian Couple in North Carolina Fights DOMA to Stay Together With Their Children

Janice & Margie: Married Lesbian Couple in North Carolina Fights DOMA to Stay Together With Their Children

July 2nd, 2012

Most of us have fond memories of the time we first met the love of our lives. Our story is no exception. In pursuit of the one, I spent some time on online dating sites to no avail. One night, tiring of[...]

Supreme Court Ruling on Arizona Law: A Win For Immigration Advocates, Decisive Blow to Anti-Immigrant Forces

Supreme Court Ruling on Arizona Law: A Win For Immigration Advocates, Decisive Blow to Anti-Immigrant Forces

June 25th, 2012

Statement by Lavi Soloway, Stop The Deportations - The DOMA Project: "Today's 5-3 Supreme Court ruling struck down most of the notorious Arizona immigration enforcement law SB 1070 as an unconstitutional infringement on federal authority. This was a clear win for[...]

Victory! Board of Immigration Appeals Refuses to Affirm Denials of Green Card Petitions Filed by Four Gay Couples, Remands for Determination on Eligibility of Marriages

Victory! Board of Immigration Appeals Refuses to Affirm Denials of Green Card Petitions Filed by Four Gay Couples, Remands for Determination on Eligibility of Marriages

June 19th, 2012

The DOMA Project has won an important, unprecedented victory in the fight for green cards for married gay and lesbian binational couples. In four separate rulings, the Board of Immigration Appeals has rejected the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services' "DOMA[...]

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