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Same Sex Marriage and Immigration – America vs the World

In honor of gay pride month, I wanted to celebrate the fact that five years ago the United States chose to join the group of (now close to 30) nations that have legalized same sex marriage. Same sex marriage was legalized in the US  in the summer of 2013, and…

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The Supreme Court hears arguments in a case against the Defense of Marriage Act in Washington, DC.

Review of New Developments in Same Sex Marriage Immigration

With a new sense of freedom, many couples consisting of US Citizens and immigrants have begun to consider green cards through same sex marriage immigration. If you are someone enjoying this new liberty, read on. This new development emerged just a few months ago with the new Supreme Court case,…

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5 Things You Must Know About Same Sex Marriage Immigration

1. Hundreds of same sex couples filed for green cards through marriage before the groundbreaking 2013 US Supreme Court decision in Windsor. Good news: the Immigration Service is reviewing cases filed since early 2011 and reopening prior denials. 2. More good news: Same Sex couples who filed in the last 3 months are…

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