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First green card for bi-national gay couple, and 4 other interesting stories you may have missed over the weekend

Published July 1, 2013 12:01 pm
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Just two days after the Supreme Court issued a decision to strike down the Defense of Marriage Act, an American in Florida successfully petitioned for a green card for his Bulgarian husband. This story and more that you might have missed from the weekend.

First green card for bi-national gay couple, and 4 other interesting stories you may have missed over the weekend

The DOMA ProjectGreen card approved for gay couple just days after DOMA decisionJust two days after the Supreme Court issued a decision to strike down the Defense of Marriage Act, an American in Florida successfully petitioned for a green card for his Bulgarian husband.They're the first same-sex couple approved for a permanent resident visa, The New York Times reported. The Defense of Marriage Act, or DOMA, prevented countless bi-national same-sex couples from staying together in the United States since Americans ...

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