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Victory for Josh & Henry: New York Times Coverage

May 8th, 2011

Fred R Conrad/The New York TimesJudge Gives Immigrant in Same-Sex Marriage a Reprieve From DeportationBy Julia Preston,  New York TimesAn immigration judge in Newark on Friday suspended the deportation of a Venezuelan man who is married to an American man,[...]

Michael Denied Entry to the U.S. Today, Craig Will Move to Canada So They Can Be Together

Michael Denied Entry to the U.S. Today, Craig Will Move to Canada So They Can Be Together

May 8th, 2011

Michael and Craig have been together for five years. They married in Canada in November 2006. Five years ago I met a wonderful man online. For almost a year we got to know each other by communicating on line and by[...]

UPDATE: Carrie & Claire, Married for 5 Years, Struggle to Share Three Months Together in One Country

UPDATE: Carrie & Claire, Married for 5 Years, Struggle to Share Three Months Together in One Country

May 8th, 2011

Carrie and Claire at their September 2007 wedding At the time of our last post, November 2010, Claire was unemployed and in the UK, searching for any work with no success. In December 2010, she ran across a position that looked[...]

Victory for Josh & Henry: Judge Halts Deportation Proceedings, Citing Pending Marriage-Based Petition and Recent Decision by Attorney General

Victory for Josh & Henry: Judge Halts Deportation Proceedings, Citing Pending Marriage-Based Petition and Recent Decision by Attorney General

May 6th, 2011

On Friday, May 6, an immigration judge in Newark, NJ, issued a ruling on the deportation of Henry Velandia, a Venezuelan citizen legally married in 2010 to Josh Vandiver, an American citizen. Immigration Judge Alberto Riefkohl ordered that deportation proceedings[...]

Join Us: Rally Tomorrow at Newark Immigration Court to Stop The Deportation of Henry Velandia

Join Us: Rally Tomorrow at Newark Immigration Court to Stop The Deportation of Henry Velandia

May 5th, 2011

WHERE: Department of Homeland Security Newark Immigration Court Peter Rodino Federal Building 970 Broad Street Newark, NJ WHEN:  FRIDAY MAY 6 at 11 a.m. On Friday, LGBT organizations from across the country will rally behind a gay bi-national couple facing impending deportation hearings. In the shadow of[...]

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Down to the Wire for Josh & Henry: ICE Refuses to Terminate Deportation Proceedings, Citing DOMA

Down to the Wire for Josh & Henry: ICE Refuses to Terminate Deportation Proceedings, Citing DOMA

May 3rd, 2011

As we fight to stop Henry's May 6 deportation, we are facing a growing DOMA problem: the President's commitment to enforce DOMA has paradoxically made DOMA stronger. Why is this administration, after declaring its belief that DOMA is unconstitutional, now enabling[...]

Frontiers: Binational Couples Face Heartbreak of DOMA - Deportation Hearing Looms for Doug & Alex

Frontiers: Binational Couples Face Heartbreak of DOMA - Deportation Hearing Looms for Doug & Alex

May 2nd, 2011

This comprehensive article by veteran journalist, Karen Ocamb, focuses on the crisis facing married binational couples because of DOMA. It is well worth reading in its entirety here.Excerpt below:And then there are Doug Gentry and Alex Benshimol from Palm Springs. Their[...]

Watch: Josh & Henry on MSNBC, Fighting to Save Their Marriage and Stop Henry's May 6 Deportation

Watch: Josh & Henry on MSNBC, Fighting to Save Their Marriage and Stop Henry's May 6 Deportation

April 28th, 2011

Josh and Henry met over four years ago and were married last year in Connecticut. In just one week they face an Immigration Judge in Newark, New Jersey for Henry's final deportation hearing. Join their Congressman, Representative Rush Holt and[...]

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STOP THE DEPORTATION OF HENRY VELANDIA, HELP JOSH & HENRY SAVE THEIR MARRIAGE

April 28th, 2011

Josh and Henry are in the fight of their lives. For eight months they have tirelessly campaigned to raise awareness of the cruel impact of the Defense of Marriage Act on binational lesbian and gay couples. Fighting to save their[...]

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