The American Immigration Lawyers Association has released the following information about the recent Presidential Proclamation related to suspension of certain immigration classes to the United States.
Overview of COVID-19 issues that may impact adopted people beyond the immediate threat to a person’s health, community, and economic safety.
Let’s do one thing: convince Utah Governor Gary Herbert to veto HB345, a discriminatory and regressive bill.
I am writing to let you know what I plan to do in the near future as your attorney.
Remaining genuine equal rights bills are trying to get attention while a pandemic closes down capitols. Here’s a legislative update.
Five state and national adoptee rights organizations have requested that Wisconsin legislators set aside two bills that were recently heard in Senate and Assembly committees.
On January 15, 2020, at 12:01am I will update the adoptee rights map to show the unrestricted status of New York. Wanna be there when I do?
How, when, and where adult adopted people may currently order copies of their own original birth certificates in the unrestricted OBC states.
I support the unrestricted release of identifying information. I do not support mixing that all up and calling it an OBC under a different name.
The proposed fee hikes will substantially increase the cost of naturalization applications for intercountry adoptees plus eliminate the ability to apply if you lack the financial resources to do so.