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At Alhasoon, Glidden & Glidden, LLC., we believe that everyone should be treated as equals and we work hard to fight for the rights of same-sex couples. Before the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) was overturned in July of 2013, individuals who were in a same-sex marriage with a U.S. citizen were not eligible to petition for their spouse nor could a fiance immigrate to the U.S. with a K visa. Now that DOMA has been overturned, all married couples are treated equally when it comes to marriage immigration. With the Supreme Court's decision invalidating DOMA, foreign nationals who marry a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident same-sex partner are now eligible to be considered for a green card or resident status in the U.S. Alhasoon, Glidden & Glidden, LLC., supports the LGBT community and we are committed to keeping same-sex couples together.
Facing deportation or even the prospect of deportation is a frightening experience that requires sound legal counsel. At Alhasoon, Glidden & Glidden, LLC., we understand the struggles that many immigrants face and we look out for individuals and families looking to enter or stay in this country. We believe that just because a person was not born here does not mean that they should not be granted the same rights as those who were. To us, each case is the chance to help someone that is looking to live with their family, is seeking a greater opportunity, or is hoping to avoid being removed from the country. What we do is more than just practice law; we are actually finding life changing solutions for individuals from all walks of life. Whether you are trying to bring a family member to the United States, adjust your immigration status or secure a visa, we are here to help. We are committed to keeping families together and helping people achieve a better future.
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