Lavi Soloway Responds to the SCOTUS Ruling on DOMA

Lavi Soloway Responds to the SCOTUS Ruling on DOMA

June 26th, 2013

Live Streamed Response to the Supreme Court Decision Defense of Marriage Act Found Unconstitutional DOMA Project co-founder, attorney Lavi Soloway, answers questions as they come in.  The information provided is not intended to be legal advice.  All answers are of a general[...]

(VIDEO) Married Gay Couple Scheduled For Green Card Interview in New York, One Day Before Supreme Court Rules on DOMA

(VIDEO) Married Gay Couple Scheduled For Green Card Interview in New York, One Day Before Supreme Court Rules on DOMA

June 25th, 2013

In 1996, Andres received the highest rank that a Mormon missionary could achieve because he was an expert on promoting the Proclamation of the Family, which defines marriage as a union between one man and one woman. Now, he is[...]

Christina & Eve: U.S. Navy Veteran Defies DOMA, Petitions for Green Card to Keep her Family Together

Christina & Eve: U.S. Navy Veteran Defies DOMA, Petitions for Green Card to Keep her Family Together

June 25th, 2013

My name is Christina. I’m a veteran, a mother, a daughter, a sister, and a wife. My wife's name is Eve and I worry about our future every day. This is our story. During the summer of 2006, I was a newly[...]

There's No Place Like Home: An Ocean Apart and Married, Lindsey and Katie Fight DOMA to Live Together in Kansas

There's No Place Like Home: An Ocean Apart and Married, Lindsey and Katie Fight DOMA to Live Together in Kansas

June 25th, 2013

My name is Lindsey, and for the past four years, my partner and I have maintained a relationship and a marriage across an ocean. Despite being legally married, we are unable to share a home in the United States. The[...]

Exiled in New Zealand, Scott and Mike Demonstrate The Harm DOMA Causes to All American Families

Exiled in New Zealand, Scott and Mike Demonstrate The Harm DOMA Causes to All American Families

June 24th, 2013

Our DOMA Story - There But Not Back Again I was so busy watching Stacey’s face that I hardly heard a word Mom and Dad said. The five of us were having breakfast at a restaurant next door to their hotel when[...]

(VIDEO) Love Makes a Family: For Cathy, Catriona and Their Three Children in Boulder, Colorado Everything is at Stake in the Imminent Supreme Court Ruling

(VIDEO) Love Makes a Family: For Cathy, Catriona and Their Three Children in Boulder, Colorado Everything is at Stake in the Imminent Supreme Court Ruling

June 24th, 2013

Cathy and Catriona may be the first married, same-sex couple in the United States to receive a green card, after they completed their interview at the Denver, Colorado USCIS office and cleared all eligibility hurdles except for DOMA. Their case[...]

Enduring 5 Years of Separation under DOMA, Craig and Renato Fight Back By  Filing for a Fiancé Visa

Enduring 5 Years of Separation under DOMA, Craig and Renato Fight Back By Filing for a Fiancé Visa

June 24th, 2013

I met Renato on January 16, 2008 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. We had an instant mutual attraction and connection, and I knew within minutes that he was the one I wanted to spend the rest of my life with. We spent[...]

Engaged! In Maryland, Saman and Kim Fight For a Future Without DOMA, Anticipating Supreme Court Ruling

Engaged! In Maryland, Saman and Kim Fight For a Future Without DOMA, Anticipating Supreme Court Ruling

June 18th, 2013

Our story begins with two journeys converging onto one path. Kim and I came to the United States of America for different reasons. I came here in 2007 as a refugee from my home country of Iran. Being a gay man in the Middle East was[...]

LOVE TRIUMPHS: Together for 26 Years in Five Countries, Eleanor and Fumiko Fight DOMA as Exiles in Canada

LOVE TRIUMPHS: Together for 26 Years in Five Countries, Eleanor and Fumiko Fight DOMA as Exiles in Canada

June 17th, 2013

Fumiko and I met in New York City in the fall of 1986. I was 46 years old and working as a computer programmer. I had three children in their early twenties. Fumiko, a Japanese woman of 37, had been[...]

Married Gay Couple Raising Four Children: How DOMA Has Denied Security to Our Family

Married Gay Couple Raising Four Children: How DOMA Has Denied Security to Our Family

June 16th, 2013

We met through a friend in a large East coast city in 2003 and we immediately realized we had a lot in common including wanting eventually to raise children. When we met, my husband, who is from South America, was[...]

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