Immigration For Married, Same-Sex Couples
THE DEATH OF DOMA AND GREEN CARDS FOR GAY PARTNERS
On Wednesday, June 26th, 2013 the United States Supreme Court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act (“DOMA”) as being unconstitutional. The result of this ruling means that USCIS and the US Immigration authorities will no longer discriminate against lawfully married same-sex couples seeking a “green card” for a non-US Citizen or non-LPR spouse.
Our firm has been counseling same-sex couples across the United States and around-the-world for years. While none of our clients were ever removed from the United States, we have shared the tears and frustration of our clients and welcome the action of the Supreme Court. From Seattle to Miami, New York and beyond, we are currently assisting most of our same-sex couple clients to file marriage-based immigration petitions.
Why Davies & Associates, LLC?We only practice immigration law and for the last several years have developed a focus in assisting same-sex couples. We are amongst the specialist immigration law firms now filing the very first same-sex marriage-based immigration petitions.
We have represented same-sex couples across the United States and around-the-world for several years and are able to assist couples resident in most jurisdictions.