If you are in a homosexual relationship and are struggling through the
difficulties of immigration, a new statute put in place by the United
States government may prove to be helpful to you. The U.S. recently announced
that it will begin considering the visa applications of gay and lesbian
spouses in the same manner as those of heterosexual couples.
This means that those who enter the United States on a fiancé visa
can do so even if they are in a same-sex relationship. Homosexuals that
are married to U.S. citizens in states that recognize gay marriage will
be able to enter the United States with the same rights as those that
are in heterosexual relationships.
If you are from a country that does not recognize same-sex marriage, then
the visa application will still be treated equally within the United States
at any of the visa processing centers. This new advance in the gay rights
movement will make it easier for immigrant spouses to enter the United
States legally and be reunited with their loved ones and families. While
the state of Texas does not currently recognize homosexual marriage, this
new mandate will still affect immigrants that are entering the state.
If you want more information about visa immigration or need help with a
family issue regarding visa applications and acquisition, then contact
an attorney today. With the right lawyer on your side, you will be able
to take any serious issues to court and discuss the complications with
your application with professionals. Don't hesitate to hire the
Plano family attorneys at the Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC to assist you today! The attorneys at this
firm don't want you to go through your case alone. They will help
you to carefully understand the process of your case and work through
any difficulties that you have encountered.