Sunday, February 24, 2019
From BBC News:
A twin boy born to American and Israeli same-sex parents was wrongly denied US citizenship when his twin brother was not, a US judge has ruled.
The judge in Los Angeles found that the state department was wrong to request biological evidence that the boy was blood-related to his American father.
The US had originally only granted citizenship to his brother after his test showed DNA from the American dad.
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