|Gay Marriage Help
||[Jul. 8th, 2013|08:11 pm]
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I am very close to my sister-in-law and want to help her out, she is American and gay. She has met and fallen in love with a Scottish woman, and now that DOMA has been shot down they want to get married and start the process of getting her partner legal residence in the USA.
One problem is that they are going to live in Pennsylvania, near my sister-in-law's very sick mother. Pennsylvania, I believe, is one of the states that still does not recognize same-sex marriage.
Because of this, I'm assuming they will have to go to a nearby state, like New York, to get married.
My question is, does anyone have any information of whether, being that Pennsylvania does not recognize same-sex marriage, they will be able to reside there legally if they get married in a different state?
Also, how do you go about finding someone who is able to marry same-sex couples?
Sorry been researching this for ages and coming up with nothing. My google-fu is seriously failing me.