DOMA and Transgender Spouses – How this Relates to Your Marriage Petition

DOMA and Transgender Spouses – How this Relates to Your Marriage Petition

As a Miami family-based immigration attorney, I had previously touched upon the effect of the United State Supreme Court’s  ruling on the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in 2013 that the government cannot deny federal benefits to...
Going to Marry a U.S. Citizen but You’re Outside the U.S.? The Fiance (K-1) Visa May Be For You

Going to Marry a U.S. Citizen but You’re Outside the U.S.? The Fiance (K-1) Visa May Be For You

As a Miami family-based immigration attorney, I represent many immigrants who want to obtain their green card through a marriage to a U.S. citizen by adjusting status in the United States. However, many U.S. citizens first need to bring their future spouse over to the...