Publications & Resources

Find Your State

Know the laws in your state that protect LGBT people and people living with HIV.
  • A Report by the National LGBT/HIV Criminal Justice Working Group

    A Report by the National LGBT/HIV Criminal Justice Working Group

    This report offers an overview of the wide-ranging impacts of the Trump Administration’s federal criminal justice initiatives on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) people and communities, with a particular focus on impacts on LGBTQ people of color and immigrants.  Our hope is that this information will serve as a resource to support the work of advocates working at the state

  • Immigration Issues

    Immigration Issues

    This fact sheet provides basic information for transgender immigrants in the U.S. regarding some of the most common problems.

  • Frequently Asked Questions: Binational Same-Sex Couples

    Binational same-sex couples are now recognized for purposes of delaying or suspending removal and deportation proceedings. Lambda Legal answers your questions about this new development.

  • Immigration Protection for Undocumented Immigrant Youth

    FAQ for undocumented immigrant LGBTQ and HIV-affected youth on how to apply for immigration protection under the new program known as “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals” (DACA).

  • Immigration Fact-Sheet

    UPDATE: Following the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision ruling Section 3 of the so-called Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutional, the U.S.

  • After DOMA

    The Supreme Court’s historic ruling striking down Section 3 of the discriminatory Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) is an enormous victory for loving, married couples and their families, and affirms that they deserve equal treatment under the law. Read the introductory FAQ.

  • Proyecto Igualdad: Fighting for You

    Lambda Legal works to fight discrimination and broaden the laws under which we live, bringing more fairness into every aspect of life for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people and people with HIV or AIDS.