Hart2Hart A Fight for Equal Rights!
I’m a US Citizen and married a woman from the UK in Massachusetts on July 29, 2006. Since then, we have spent time in both countries.
During this time I’ve established my own Wedding Photography business in the US, have become power of attorney over my father, who at the age of 66 had open heart surgery and then suffered a severe stroke three weeks after, and I also have a sixteen year old son.
Each time Caroline and I enter US Border Protection at Logan Airport, I get interrogated on why she is spending so much time in the country. I feel like we’re criminals.
I was told on many occasions that I should move to England in order to be with her. I find this not only appalling but heartbreaking to live in a country that can decide who I should love. I thought the USA was the land of the FREE!
In October, Caroline and I will be traveling to the UK and was told that Caroline will be denied entry into the USA.
I need your help! Caroline has a Visitors Visa and has never overstayed her time. How can a country tell me to choose between my country, my son, my father, my business and the woman I LOVE.
My rights as a US Citizen has been violated and I need your help!
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