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Lesbian Moms May Be First Approved for a Green Card if DOMA is Overturned: VIDEO


Catriona and Cathy's is another story of the struggle for binational couples affected by DOMA, but their is hope, attorney Lavi Soloway writes:

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 has not been denied, and The DOMA Project co-founder, their attorney, Lavi Soloway, says they may be the first couple to have their green card case approved the day the Supreme Court strikes down DOMA.

Watch their story, AFTER THE JUMP...

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  1. C'mon, SCOTUS. Let's get this change started.

    Posted by: Martin Haro | Jun 25, 2013 12:06:58 PM

  2. I guess I misunderstand the idea that any SCOTUS decision is not final for 25 days. How can the green cards be issued on the day of the ruling in that case? Or does 'final' not mean what I think it does?

    Posted by: Matt N | Jun 25, 2013 2:25:31 PM

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