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The U.S. State Department has changed its policy to grant automatic U.S. citizenship to children born abroad to married same-sex couples.
Judge's order will prevent DHS from imposing higher burden of proof on refugees while courts hear challenge to rule
New rule would radically overhaul immigration system by creating narrow criteria for asylum eligibility
Critics say rule's stricter standards would result in more LGBTQ asylum seekers being turned away
Government had refused to automatically recognize the citizenship of children of married gay couples born abroad via surrogacy
State Department categorically refuses to recognize citizenship of children of legally married same-sex couples
State Department chastised a second time for its refusal to recognize citizenship of children born to same-sex couples
Court finds that the children of married same-sex couples, at least one of whom is a U.S. citizen, are entitled to U.S. citizenship
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has released two asylum seekers living with HIV from a Texas detention facility after LGBTQ advocates expressed concerns over the...
Recent federal court ruling ordered ICE to release detainees who could be "immune-compromised" by COVID-19
This time last year, Barrett L. Brick was being honored by Immigration Equality with the group's Global Vision Award as a ''consistent voice in speaking...
The pressure is on Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy to bring a vote on two amendments he filed to provide protections for binational same-sex...
With immigration reform once again taking center stage on Capitol Hill, advocates are cautiously optimistic that protections for same-sex families articulated by President Barack Obama...
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...
In response to Metro Weekly‘s exclusive June 19 report on a series of decisions from the Department of Justice’s Board of Immigration Appeals that sent...