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Matthew Kolken on Deportation And Removal

A Family's Story: The Case for LGBT Immigration Reform

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Sometimes I just don't have words to express my frustration with the lack of movement on comprehensive immigration reform.  When that happens I just shut up and let the stories do the talking for me.

The following is a clip from an original Immigration Equality documentary that highlights the
impact of discriminatory immigration laws on the lives of lesbian and
gay bi-national families.

Heartbreaking doesn't begin to describe it.



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  1. ANGELA REYES's Avatar
    Wow, yet another side of the discriminatory practices of current US immigration laws. I NEVER even thought of this! I thought it was bad enough that they separate straight nuclear families, but didn't think they didn't recognized LGBT families as well. My God, have they no shame. They bleed red just like us & therefore LOVE their partners in life just like us. Love sees no color nor gender. This couple has been together 23 yrs & the one partner escaped persecution in her home country where her mother & brother were killed & yet, this is her recourse? Not to mention her poor nearly grown sons that are seeing the only family they've ever known torn apart. We can only continue to pray for immigration reform this year as we were promised by Pres. Obama when he wanted our votes, but NOW I know there is another reform that needs to be made on this agenda after seeing this video & I will work hard to make members of Congress know this as well. Thanks for sharing it & I will do so as well.
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