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Torn Apart : United by Love, Divided by Law.

Author: Judy Rickard
Publisher: New York : Findhorn Press, 2011.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Advice on immigration issues for same-sex couples.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Rickard, Judy.
Torn Apart : United by Love, Divided by Law.
New York : Findhorn Press, ©2011
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Judy Rickard
ISBN: 9781844093823 1844093824
OCLC Number: 869641313
Description: 1 online resource (463 pages)
Contents: Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Mea Culpa in Advance; Dedications; Foreword by Elizabeth Gilbert author of Committed and Eat, Pray, Love, ; Preface; PART I --
JUDY AND KARIN; 1 Nearly Naked on the Train to Paris; 2 America vs. Same-Sex Binational Couples; 3 American Laws Ignore Us; 4 Families Unvalued; 5 So Who Are Judy and Karin?; 6 From Cyberspace to Oregon; 7 Committing to Each Other; 8 Why You Should Care About Our Story; 9 Our Airport Scare with ICE; 10 Karin's Long Goodbye; 11 Fast Forward to Another Sad Airport Goodbye for Judy and Karin. PART II --
STORIES OF OTHER SAME-SEX BINATIONAL COUPLES12 Philippa and Inger: Yo-Yo Geography; 13 Chad and Tim: I'm in One Country, He's in Another --
For a Year; 14 Kathy and Viki: Her Work Visa Keeps Us Together in America; 15 Shirley and Jay: Special Legislation Keeps Two Moms and Their Sons Together-For Now; 16 Thomas and Tony: We Are Contemporary Nomads; 17 Gordon and Renato: I Got a Work Transfer So We Can Live in Neither of Our Countries; 18 Steve and Joey: Lost the Job, Lost the Welcome-Canada, Here We Come. 19 Martha and Lin: We Met in The Netherlands and Now We Live There Together20 Aurelio and Roi: Working on a Humanitarian Parole to Be Together Again in America; 21 Leslie and Marta: Asylum Means We Can Stay Together in America; 22 Carmen and Aster: Only His Work Visa Keeps Us Together in America; 23 Mickey and Amos: His Green Card Keeps Us Together in America and Lets Him Travel When Needed; 24 Matt and Michael: His Visa Keeps Us Together in America, But He Can't Travel Home Yet; 25 Erwin and John: Race Against Time-Legislation or New Visa. 26 Dual Citizenship Hurts and Helps Same-Sex Binational Couples27 Neal and Fernando: Risky Behavior-Having a Partner Who is Illegal or Undocumented; 28 Marriage To Someone of the Opposite Gender Keeps Us Together in America; 29 Julia and Jo: We Couldn't Survive As a Couple --
U.S. Laws Tore Us Apart; 30 David and Karl: We Couldn't Become a Couple Because of U.S. Laws; PART III --
BACKGROUND AND RESOURCES; 31 Proposed Legislation for Immigration Reform for Us: Uniting American Families Act (UAFA) Seeks Immigration Reform for Same-Sex Binational Couples. 32 Proposed Legislation for Immigration Reform That Includes UAFA: Reuniting Families Act (RFA)33 Proposed Legislation for Immigration Reform That Includes UAFA: Comprehensive Immigration Reform (CIR) Act of 2010; 34 What You Can Do to Help; 35 Resource Groups and Websites; 36 Media, Websites, and Sources; 37 Pertinent Definitions and Information; 38 Acknowledgments.

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Advice on immigration issues for same-sex couples.

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