Topics :: Immigration
By Julie Pace | Tuesday Jan 29, 2013
LGBT rights advocates expect same-sex couples will be part of President Barack Obama’s new immigration proposal.
By Will O’Bryan | Saturday Sep 22, 2012
Immigration Equality, the national organization working toward equality for LGBT and HIV-positive people under U.S. immigration law, with offices in New York and D.C., honored longtime D.C. activist Barrett L. Brick.
By AMY TAXIN, LISA LEFF | Thursday Aug 9, 2012
Amid pressure from Democratic lawmakers, Homeland Security officials reiterated that a foreigner’s longstanding same-sex relationship with a U.S. citizen could help stave off the threat of deportation.
By Amy Taxin | Friday Jul 13, 2012
A lesbian couple filed a federal lawsuit in California on Thursday seeking to solve their immigration woes and put a stop to the deportation of same-sex spouses.
By Jeri Clausing | Tuesday May 15, 2012
President Barack Obama’s shift to support gay marriage is energizing young Hispanic voters who have been working side-by-side with gay activists in their push for immigration reform.
By Peter Cassels | Friday Mar 2, 2012
When Paul Babeu, sheriff of a rural Arizona county, was outed by a Mexican lover whom he allegedly threatened with deportation, it played up the intersection (& sometime paradox) of the right-wing’s twin bugbears: illegal immigrants & out-gay allies.
By Bob Christie | Sunday Feb 19, 2012
Arizona Country Sheriff Paul Babeu built enough of a reputation as a right-wing hardliner against illegal immigrants to be considered a shoe-in for Congress . But after being outed in a relationship with a Mexican male immigrant ... not so much anymore.
By Megan Barnes | Friday Aug 19, 2011
Anthony John Makk continues to fight his possible deportation back to his native Australia after an immigration court last month denied him permanent residency as the spouse of an American citizen.
By Alicia A. Caldwell | Thursday Aug 18, 2011
The Obama administration said Thursday it will indefinitely delay deporting many illegal immigrants who don’t have criminal records and will offer them a chance to apply for a work permit.
By Chris Geidner | Friday May 13, 2011
News Analysis: Attorney General Holder’s unusual decision to intervene in Paul Wilson Dorman’s immigration case shows the current law’s difficulties - for same-sex couples and the government