What The U.S. Supreme Court’s DOMA Decision Means For Binational Gay Married Couples

By , June 26th, 2013 | 10th Amendment, 14th Amendment, Civil Rights, Hot Button Topics, Immigration, Legal, New York, Same-Sex Marriage | 0 Comments

Today’s United States Supreme Court decision in United States vs. Windsor opens the doors for binational same-sex couples to sponsor their partners for immigration visas but many still have some hurdles to overcome.

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