July 2, 2014 -- Professor Motomura comments on same-sex marriage immigration case in Los Angeles Times article.
Hiroshi Motomura, an immigration law professor at UCLA, said widowers' petitions for green cards are common and that people have up to two years after a spouse's death to file a petition.
Motomura has taught Sullivan and Adams' case in his class for years, calling it an "unusual, pioneering case" that brought same-sex marriage into the public consciousness. A documentary about their marriage, "Limited Partnership," premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival last month.
"The world has developed alongside the case," Motomura said. "Now, it's a case for the way people used to think."
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