Doug & Alex Featured in Freedom To Marry Campaign
The Seattle Lesbian: International LGBT Families

The Seattle Lesbian: International LGBT Families

April 13th, 2011

"The harsh reality of immigration discrimination is even more consequential. Attorney Lavi Soloway, a founder of Immigration Equality and "Stop the Deportations - The DOMA Project,” reported that tens of thousands of Americans who live and even marry same-sex partners[...]

EDGE: Binational Couples Fight to Keep Families Intact
Two Women in Love, Kept Apart By DOMA

Two Women in Love, Kept Apart By DOMA

April 12th, 2011

"DOMA defends no one's marriage. But it is crushing us."T writes:  I first met CJ online and, very quickly, I found myself interested in knowing more about her. From our first conversations I could see that she was intelligent, funny,[...]

NY Community Center Panel: Binational LGBT Families

NY Community Center Panel: Binational LGBT Families

April 11th, 2011

Lavi Soloway with Kelli Carpenter speaking at NYC Community Center about LGBT Binational and International Families on April 10, 2011Panel participants, Mark and Fred, pictured above with Lavi Soloway.  Mark and Fred are a married binational couple living in Pennsylvania.[...]

Josh and Henry Take Their Fight to Harvard University
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AP: Doug & Alex Fighting Deportation and DOMA

April 11th, 2011

Doug and Alex celebrating after their marriage in 2010 Associated Press, April 10, 2011 (full story here):"Last month, there was a flurry of excitement among binational gay couples when a U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services spokesman indicated that cases would be[...]

Arthur and Christopher Celebrate 14 Years Together, 10,000 Miles Apart, Now Separated by a 10-Year Ban

Arthur and Christopher Celebrate 14 Years Together, 10,000 Miles Apart, Now Separated by a 10-Year Ban

April 10th, 2011

One of the last times this couple was together. DOMA is now keeping them apart. Editor's note: This story is extraordinarily important because it serves as a reminder of the cruel realities that befall many binational couples, not only because of[...]

Together For Nine Years, Minnesota Gay Couple Lives in Fear of Deportation Because of DOMA

Together For Nine Years, Minnesota Gay Couple Lives in Fear of Deportation Because of DOMA

April 8th, 2011

I no longer remember exactly when it happened.  One day, while I was in college in the late 1990s I first heard about the inability of American citizens to sponsor their partners for green cards. recall exactly what my reaction[...]

The DOMA Project's Newest Research Intern: University of Wisconsin Senior, Dario Rodriguez

The DOMA Project's Newest Research Intern: University of Wisconsin Senior, Dario Rodriguez

April 7th, 2011

Dario Rodriguez is a senior at the University of Wisconsin at Madison where he majors in Political Science (international political relations and economy) and Spanish.  He works on campus for the International Faculty Staff & Services as an assistant J-1[...]

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