In 2006, Immigration Equality and Human Rights Watch teamed up to release a ground-breaking report on the legal and human rights issues faced by lesbian and gay immigrant families. Family, Unvalued tells the stories of many couples facing separation, exile, or the daily uncertainty of living in the United States without lawful immigration status. The appendix includes useful information about immigration laws in other countries which offer immigration equality to lesbian and gay families.
- Immigration Basics
- Couples and Families
- FAQs for Binational Couples
- Relationship-Based Petitions
- Where Can We Marry?
- Adjustment of Status – Procedural Steps
- Consular Processing – Procedural Steps
- Fiancé/e Visas – Procedural Steps
- The Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver
- Blesch v. Holder, FAQs on ImEq’s DOMA Case
- Prosecutorial Discretion
- Visa Options That Are Not Based on Marriage
- Could We Move?
- Uniting American Families Act and Comprehensive Immigration Reform
- Dual Foreign National Couples
- Law Library
Immigration Equality Updates