Sveta & Andi: Together for 11 Years, Married Lesbian Couple in Illinois Faces June Deportation Hearing

Sveta & Andi: Together for 11 Years, Married Lesbian Couple in Illinois Faces June Deportation Hearing

April 26th, 2011

Hello, I am Sveta. I was born in what is now Kazakhstan. I came to the US when I was fifteen; this year I will be thirty. I like Linux and painting. I love a wonderful woman named Andi and I[...]

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Marriage News Watch: Josh Vandiver Speaks Out About His Husband's May 6 Deportation Hearing

April 26th, 2011

See this week's full episode at Marriage News Watch.http://www.youtube.com/get_player[...]

Judy & Karin Get Married in Vermont and Bring the Fight for Immigration Equality to MSNBC

Judy & Karin Get Married in Vermont and Bring the Fight for Immigration Equality to MSNBC

April 23rd, 2011

Readers of this site may recall that earlier this year Judy Rickard, 63, and Karin Bogliolo, 70, tireless advocates for equality for lesbian and gay binational couples, recorded this video for the We Give a Damn Campaign.  Last week they[...]

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Congressman Rush Holt: Stop the DOMA Deportation of Henry Velandia, Save Henry & Josh's Marriage

April 22nd, 2011

Rep. Rush Holt (D-NJ) has emerged in recent months as an outspoken supporter of Josh Vandiver and Henry Velandia, a married binational couple fighting to stop a deportation that will tear them apart forever on May 6. Congressman Holt has[...]

Star-Ledger Editorial: Immigration, Marriage Laws Making War on Our Families - Josh & Henry Highlighted
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A Presidential Duty: Stop DOMA Deportations Now

A Presidential Duty: Stop DOMA Deportations Now

April 20th, 2011

Read on MetroWeekly's site here.[...]

American Immigration Lawyers Association's DOMA Letter to Napolitano, Co-Signed By 81 Organizations

American Immigration Lawyers Association's DOMA Letter to Napolitano, Co-Signed By 81 Organizations

April 20th, 2011

The respected, non-partisan American Immigration Lawyers Association has been a powerful ally in the fight for justice for gay and lesbian binational couples. AILA, with its 36 regional chapters, its persuasive think tank, the American Immigration Council, and its cutting-edge impact[...]

Equality Matters: How Binational Couples Have Become

Equality Matters: How Binational Couples Have Become "Obama's New DOMA Dilemma"

April 20th, 2011

Read this excellent article by Kerry Eleveld at Equality Matters here. “There’s no rule on how long it takes an agency to process a case – they have the discretion to allocate their resources so they should work on high-priority cases,”[...]

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