The Supreme Court’s decision legalizing marriage for same-sex couples further clarifies that couples—where one or both are transgender—can marry in any state and have access to full federal immigration benefits, such as the right to petition for a spouse’s permanent residence (also known as a “green card”) or a fiancé(e) visa (also known as a “K-1”). Transgender men and women are now allowed to marry any partner in all 50 U.S. states. However, marriage is a legal relationship, and any marriage should involve thorough planning and consideration of both partners’ rights and responsibilities. It may be wise to consult with a family law attorney when beginning a life gakulkarni.info: Alexis Watts.
Prior to this ruling, the right of transgender people to marry was often subject to legal challenge — as was the status of their marriages after transitioning, particularly in cases where an individual's birth sex was interpreted to mean a same-sex marriage had taken place. Cases. Transgender People & Marriage Laws (En Español) Now, anyone can marry in any of the 50 states, regardless of gender—and also regardless of whether someone’s gender is recognized by officials in the state where they gakulkarni.infor, transgender people and their families continue to face marriage-related problems in the wake.
But the federal law trumps state law so be sure that supreme court rulings will overturn any dissenting state rules against same sex marriage. As for transgender marriage such marriages have been legal for generations because being legally recognized as a different gender than the one assigned as birth has been very difficult.