Mail-order domestic partners

DeKoven, Robert
March 2005
Gay & Lesbian Times;3/31/2005, Issue 901, p36
Discusses immigration cases in the U.S. that treat gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) immigrants the same as heterosexuals seeking asylum from oppressive regimes. Denial of asylum to GLBT individuals fighting deportation to their home countries; Legal theories under which GLBT persons can fight deportation.


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