Tom & Glen: The First Married Gay Couple to be Granted a Green Card at the New York City USCIS Office.
The photo above is of Tom & Glen with attorney and The DOMA Project co-founder, Noemi Masliah, taken outside the Federal Building immediately after their green card interview. The officer was kind enough to stamp Glen’s passport as a permanent resident of the United States so that he could travel abroad immediately. (His actual green card will follow by mail in 1-2 weeks.) Congratulations to Tom & Glen after nearly 4 years struggling between Australia and New York they have finally defeated DOMA and its legacy.
http://www.domaproject.org/category/couples/tom-glen Tom & Glen: The First Married Gay Couple to be Granted a Green Card at the New York City USCIS Office.
The photo above is of Tom & Glen with attorney and The DOMA Project co-founder, Noemi Masliah, taken outside the Federal Building immediately after their green card interview. The officer was kind enough to stamp Glen’s passport as a permanent resident of the United States so that he could travel abroad immediately. (His actual green card will follow by mail in 1-2 weeks.) Congratulations to Tom & Glen after nearly 4 years struggling between Australia and New York they have finally defeated DOMA and its legacy.
http://www.domaproject.org/category/couples/tom-glen

Tom & Glen: The First Married Gay Couple to be Granted a Green Card at the New York City USCIS Office.

The photo above is of Tom & Glen with attorney and The DOMA Project co-founder, Noemi Masliah, taken outside the Federal Building immediately after their green card interview. The officer was kind enough to stamp Glen’s passport as a permanent resident of the United States so that he could travel abroad immediately. (His actual green card will follow by mail in 1-2 weeks.) Congratulations to Tom & Glen after nearly 4 years struggling between Australia and New York they have finally defeated DOMA and its legacy.

http://www.domaproject.org/category/couples/tom-glen