Op-ed: Don't Tear This Septuagenarian Lesbian Couple Apart
It’s August 3, 2012, and people are gathering for a wedding in the northern seaport town of Findhorn, Scotland. Propped up on a chair in the front row amid a slew of mingling guests is an iPad bearing the smiling faces of Mum 1 and Mom 2. It’s not because of an illness or the expense of overseas travel that they are attending their son and future daughter-in-law’s big day via Skype from their living room thousands of miles away in San Jose, Calif. It’s because if Mum 1 — Karin, a U.K. citizen — leaves the United States, she will be barred for at least a decade from reentering this country and returning to the home she shares with her American wife, Judy — a.k.a. Mom 2.Full Story
“Headed toward the cliff”
Since: Nov 07
Tawas City, Michigan
#1 Feb 14, 2013
How long was she here illegally?
Why did she overstay her visa in the first place?
There is a lot of information missing from this piece.
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