I am currently working in Ohio on an L1a visa but my company wont support a GC application. I am in a same sex relationship with a US citizen are there any options for me to obtain residence so i can remain in the US after my visa expires?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Unfortunately, the Federal government does not recognize same sex marriage, so you would have to find an employment based way to immigrate to the United States.
I have assisted many same sex couples in the past with immigration options, so please feel free to contact my office if you require any assistance.
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