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Oct 9, 2014

Upcoming Seminar: LGBT Immigration in a Post-DOMA Context

Jonathan A. Grode

With the fall of the Defence of Marriage Act, full equal rights are now available to same-sex couples with respect to immigration benefits. But what does this mean in practice? How does the patchwork of marriage rights across the US impact access to immigration benefits for LGBT couples? Join Jonathan Grode from Green and Spiegel LLC and Angela Giampolo from Giampolo Law Group for an informative seminar on the benefits and potential pitfalls of immigration in a post-DOMA environment.

Details:

October 21, 2014
from 7:00pm to 9:30pm

NoelSy Art in Beauty
292 Montgomery Avenue
Bala Cynwyd PA 19004

Click here for the event flier.

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