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Breaking News from Philadelphia Weekly: Brian & Anton to Marry This Weekend, DOMA Deportation Still Looms

June 9th, 2011

Anton Tanumihardja fought a Valentine's Day deportation and won a temporary reprieve, but their legal battle against DOMA has just begun.  (Photo by Jeff Fusco)Readers of this site will remember the victory achieved by The DOMA Project's Stop The Deportations[...]

White House Refuses to Consider Halt to Deportations, Comprehensive Immigration Reform Must Come First

White House Refuses to Consider Halt to Deportations, Comprehensive Immigration Reform Must Come First

June 8th, 2011

Our full response to the White House statement appears below.Watch clip of White House press briefing addressing DOMA deportations here.See complete Metro Weekly article by Chris Geidner here.Response by Stop The Deportations to today's statement by White House Press Secretary Jay[...]

TOWLEROAD: White House Pushes Immigration Reform When Asked About Halting DOMA Deportations
Andrew Sullivan: DOMA Tearing a Marriage Apart
AmericaBlog: DOMA Rips Apart Married Binational Couples
QUEERTY: Cristina & Monica Face DOMA Deportation Hearing in December, They Need Repeal Now!
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Cristina & Monica Featured in Video Highlighting DOMA's Harm on Married Binational Couple Fighting Deportation

June 8th, 2011

Today Freedom to Marry released a video produced in partnership with In The Life Media telling the moving story of Cristina Alcota and Monica Ojeda, who, though legally married, face deportation or separation because the so-called Defense of Marriage Act denies[...]

The DOMA Project Welcomes Legal Intern, Jesus Torres

The DOMA Project Welcomes Legal Intern, Jesus Torres

June 7th, 2011

Jesus Torresp.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 16.0px Times}Jesus Torres joins The DOMA Project this month as a legal intern where he will be involved in legal research and advocacy for our growing docket of cases involving lesbian and[...]

Binational Couples Forced to Choose: Love or Country?
Los Angeles Times: Same-Sex Couples In Exile Find Rough Road to Immigration, Featuring DOMA Project Participants

Los Angeles Times: Same-Sex Couples In Exile Find Rough Road to Immigration, Featuring DOMA Project Participants

June 6th, 2011

Los Angeles Times reporter Paloma Esquivel worked for months interviewing binational couples in exile who are participants in our project to fight back against DOMA. She has featured the stories of Jesse and Max in London and Linas and Jan[...]

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