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DOMA Project: First green card in U.S. history approved for married same-sex couple

Posted Saturday morning to Facebook by immigration attorney Lavi Soloway:

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The DOMA Project WINS FIRST GREEN CARD APPROVAL FOR A MARRIED GAY COUPLE IN U.S. HISTORY, JUST TWO DAYS AFTER SUPREME COURT STRIKES DOWN DOMA!

The men are Fort Lauderdale DJ Julian Marsh, right, and his husband Traian Popov, who married in October 2012 in Brooklyn, N.Y.

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I know those boys! Yay! Deepest congratulations!

Our best congratulations to the couple.

Congrats to Julian & Traian, from the sweetest guy in Wilton Manors, The One & only Candyman, Antonio -
To The Moon.

Great to know how things are changing so fast now! Congratulations!

It looks like in my gay matchmaking I will need to expand into green card and marriage programs LOL

Things are happening faster and faster...soon all states will have legalized gay marriage.

Paul aka Gay Matchmaker in Miami
www.PaulAngelo.com

be prouud and love each other tht is all that count xoxo to both of u mylène canada

Great news and congrats!!

Congratulations!!!!!!!!!!! Now we have to get green card for a gay couple married in Vermont however one is American the other Canadian. We live in Canada for 17 years but want to return to New York and get the same rights as in Canada.

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