U.S. citizen Greg Nardi, left, hopes to sponsor partner Juan Carlos Galan of Panama for a green card. The U.S. doesn't acknowledge gay relationships and the couple plans to move to Canada.
U.S. citizen Greg Nardi, left, hopes to sponsor partner Juan Carlos Galan of Panama for a green card. The U.S. doesn't acknowledge gay relationships and the couple plans to move to Canada. EL NUEVO HERALD STAFF
U.S. citizen Greg Nardi, left, hopes to sponsor partner Juan Carlos Galan of Panama for a green card. The U.S. doesn't acknowledge gay relationships and the couple plans to move to Canada. EL NUEVO HERALD STAFF

Gay U.S. citizens seek to claim residency for foreign spouses

July 01, 2010 10:42 AM

UPDATED July 02, 2010 10:45 AM

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