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Binational Lesbian Couple of 19 Years, Forced Return to the Netherlands after Deportation

December 29th, 2010

It has been a year since Jenny and Ottie were forced to leave their home in Delaware and return to The Netherlands. As we close out the year, we thought it was only appropriate to recall their tremendous effort to[...]

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Gay American "Punched in the Gut" - Consulate in Casablanca Rejects His Moroccan Partner

December 29th, 2010

"The good news is that gay Americans can now openly fight and die for their country in the military. The bad news is we are still treated as second-class citizens when it comes to the civil marriage law.I will always[...]

Binational Couple Torn Apart: Gay Peruvian Man Deported After Two Months in Detention

Binational Couple Torn Apart: Gay Peruvian Man Deported After Two Months in Detention

December 24th, 2010

Deportation is every binational couple's nightmare scenario. Stories like the one depicted in this excellent article serve to remind us of the reality of deportation. The couple pictured here, Richard and Jair, waged a courageous and exhausting fight to stay together.[...]

José and Steve: Running Out of Options

José and Steve: Running Out of Options

December 20th, 2010

  José and Steve's wedding rings Steve and I came across your website and wanted to share our story. Understanding the struggles of binational couples means also learning about the endless, complex journeys of immigrants to the United States.  The defeat of[...]

Inger and Philippa Prepare for Another Christmas on Webcam: Love Without Borders

Inger and Philippa Prepare for Another Christmas on Webcam: Love Without Borders

December 15th, 2010

At the end of a visit, Philippa hugs their ten-year old daughter who knows her as MumHere we are, with the holidays quickly approaching. My daughter and I are trying to prepare and take pleasure in the season. Sounds[...]

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The Ballad of Linas & Jan

December 12th, 2010

Don’t get me wrong: Stockholm is a lovely place to live. The city is beautiful, it’s hip, it’s incredibly pleasant, and the summers are unsurpassable. But despite its many charms, Sweden isn’t home. If you had told me ten years ago[...]

Chase Whiteside: Stop Deporting Gay Spouses

Chase Whiteside: Stop Deporting Gay Spouses

December 11th, 2010

New Left Media's Chase Whiteside is writing as a guest columnist at LOGO On-Line's 365gay.com this month.  He chose to focus on the challenge faced by gay and lesbian binational couples as his topic for this week's installment. Read the[...]

Stop The Deportations Launches Facebook Page

Stop The Deportations Launches Facebook Page

December 10th, 2010

Check out our Facebook page here.Help us build support to end the deportations, separations and exile of lesbian and gay binational couples.  Click on "like" and then scroll down to the bottom left and click on "share" to send the[...]

Help Us Stop The Deportation of Henry Velandia Sign Petition to DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano

Help Us Stop The Deportation of Henry Velandia Sign Petition to DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano

December 8th, 2010

Encouraged by the overwhelming support for their Facebook page, Josh Vandiver and Henry Velandia have started an on-line petition calling on Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano to exercise "prosecutorial discretion" to halt the deportation of spouses of gay and lesbian[...]

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A Mother's Failing Health: Lesbian Couple Caught Between America and Australia

December 5th, 2010

I am an American woman in love. While I have met my soulmate, I have also found that in my relationship with my country, my country seems to be rejecting me. Mia and I started dating in August 2007 while I[...]

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