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The State Department will issue a third gender option for U.S. passports, and will no longer require proof of surgery to change a gender marker.
The U.S. State Department has changed its policy to grant automatic U.S. citizenship to children born abroad to married same-sex couples.
Antony Blinken also vowed to name an LGBTQI envoy, saying the U.S. should be "standing up for and defending the rights of LGBTQI people"
Aides took issue with Pompeo's participation in event after learning the group supports conversion therapy
State Department chastised a second time for its refusal to recognize citizenship of children born to same-sex couples
State Department is categorically refusing to recognize same-sex couples' marriages as valid, thus denying their children citizenship
State Department has refused to recognize the U.S. citizenship of children of same-sex couples who were born abroad
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
Bill allows nonbinary and intersex people to obtain accurate passports without surgery or a doctor's note
Earlier this week, the United States recalled its ambassador to Zambia after he angered government officials by criticizing a 15-year prison sentence given to a...
Lawsuit is second to challenge the State Department's refusal to acknowledge citizenship of children of same-sex parents
Lawyers representing an intersex Navy veteran have asked the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to uphold a lower court ruling finding that the State...
Federal courts have previously found a child of a U.S. citizen does not have to prove a biological relationship with their parent
Federal court finds that the legal children of American citizens are entitled to citizenship, regardless of biological ties
Most recent ruling marks third victory in three years for U.S. Navy veteran Dana Zzyym