The Supreme Court Strikes Down DOMA Opening Opportunities for Same Sex Couples

By |Published on June 28th, 2013|Posted in Immigration
Because of DOMA,  Federal benefits were denied to same sex couples. Today, the Supreme Court ruled it unconstitutional. At Tucker & Ludin we are studying how this ruling will affect immigration laws.  Before today, a US citizen or lawful permanent resident could not sponsor their foreign gay
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New Rules Announced By Homeland Security Allows for Waivers to be Granted in the U.S.

By |Published on June 3rd, 2013|Posted in Immigration
If you are an immigrant entering the US without inspection you have not been permitted to apply for a waiver to adjust or change your status stateside. Historically, the immigrant must leave the US to apply for the waiver and potentially be subject to a three or ten year bar for reentry. This
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