Sharon Dulberg was involved in the early 1990s with the filing of some of the first LGBT asylum cases. She worked closely with National Center for Lesbian Rights and International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission providing free legal services through clinics and community education.
She created one of the first LGBT panels at the American Immigration Lawyers Association conference in 1999 and has spoken on LGBT matters at AILA, the State Bar of California and the Lavender Law Conference. She has litigated LGBT asylum cases in the ninth circuit and represented many LGBT applications in immigration court. Sharon has counseled many individuals and couples over the years and is thrilled that she can now assist married same sex couples in filing for permanent residency in the United States.