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Hardship Issues for the GLBT Immigrant Spouse in Removal Proceedings

Hardship Issues for the GLBT Immigrant Spouse in R

Contributed by Bryon Large, Senior Attorney The concept of hardship under United States immigration law is considered at varying levels, depending on the benefit an immigrant is seeking.  In removal…

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Managing Previous Opposite-Sex Relationships in Current Same-Sex Marriages

Managing Previous Opposite-Sex Relationships in Cu

Contributed by Bryon Large, Senior Attorney A recurring theme amongst immigration practitioners working on same-sex couple cases is how to handle previous heterosexual marriages and relationships. The concern lies with…

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Documenting Same-Sex Relationships

Documenting Same-Sex Relationships

Contributed by Bryon Large, Senior Attorney Throughout family-based immigration, applicants are frequently required to prove the familial relationship from which they are seeking benefits.  This can be as easy as…

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6 Lesser-Known Benefits of LGBT Immigration

6 Lesser-Known Benefits of LGBT Immigration

Contributed by Bryon Large, Senior Attorney Since the Windsor v. United States decision striking down the Defense of Marriage Act (“DOMA”), many people have become familiar with the immigrant benefits…

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