Philadelphia Immigration Lawyers Report on Immigration Rights for Gay Couples! DOMA struck down!

Breaking News —

June 26, 2013: Immigration Rights for Gay Couples!  DOMA struck down!

On June 26, 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court has struck down the federal law known as the Defense of Marriage Act or “DOMA.”  This means that gay couples can now apply for immigration benefits just as heterosexual couples can.

Please contact the Philadelphia immigration law firm of Surin & Griffin, P.C. at 215 925 4435 if you have any questions or if you require assistance with the process of legalizing the immigration status of your spouse or fiance.


You can read more about this monumental decision in favor of gay rights at

What The Doma Decision Could Mean For Immigrants and Military Families