ECJ ruling will allow gay couples to get Lithuanian residency – NGOs
Wednesday, June 6, 2018
Nongovernmental organizations hope the European Court of Justice's Tuesday ruling will pave the way for homosexuals from third countries, married to EU citizens, to get residency in Lithuania.
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