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  1. Yes, I can attest that this is not an easy road to travel. My husband and I were married in Mexico City May of 2013. This was just a few weeks before the Supreme Court Windsor case that has, seemingly, brought marriage equality to the majority of States. I met my husband in March of 2008, and we are still, even 1800 miles apart, in love with each other. I have started the visa application process, and am waiting on a FOIA report to see what, if anything, there is about him on record. I am hopeful that we can apply for a waiver of inadmissibility to get him over here. I am contemplating moving to Mexico City if this gets drawn out, and in this I am lucky that I have work that I can do from anywhere. We thank God for Skype as seeing and hearing each other is, truly, the next best thing to being there. I have now traveled to Mexico 7 times since my husband went back to help out his family. Guess that was not the best idea, but we have to play the hand we are dealt. Thank you for your sharing your story – it is a help to know that there is hope..


  2. Reading your blog is a great help to me. My husband and fahter of my 2 children was recently deported and banned for life after living his entire life in this country, Everything that you describe i am feeling


    1. Sonia, I am so glad that my blog is a help for you. I’m sorry that you are going through your husband’s recent deportation. Please know that you are not alone. If you would like to be connected up to places of support online, please feel free to email me. Sincerely, Giselle


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