Topics :: Immigration
This Human Rights Day, LGBT and human rights groups are calling for human treatment for LGBT people in immigration detention facilities in the United States.
Rumors about imminent immigration reform through executive order have stirred up excitement. But there's a safer way to proceed than risking everything on the shifting winds of politics.
House Republicans debated Friday how to respond to President Barack Obama's expected executive action on immigration, with GOP leaders anxious to craft a solution that satisfies the demands of their most conservative members.
Whatever your need for a good lawyer, wouldn't it be nice if the person helping you navigate the maze of logistics, bureaucracy, and legal jargon had some first-hand experience of what you're facing? Enter Immigration Attorney Caro Kinsella.
Have you been outside of the USA for more than a year, but you still want to use your green card and don't want to start the entire process again? You may think it is impossible to get your green card back, but there is hope for you yet!
One resource bi-national couples may find useful is the Diversity Lottery, also known as the Green Card Lottery. Attorney Caro Kinsella explains the DV for EDGE readers.
This week marks the one year anniversary of the Supreme Court decision striking down parts of the Defense of Marriage Act. Does that make it easier for multi-national same-sex couples to remain in the country? - yes and no. Know your rights!
Since the U.S. Supreme Court struck down section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act, our community has had equal immigration rights under Federal law.
A 72-year-old Australian man widowed by his American husband of more than three decades is renewing his pitch for a green card since the Obama administration eased policies on gay marriage.
Questions answered for bi-national LGBT couples.