Yes as long as the person seeking the green card is "admissible". I suggest that you consult with an experienced immigration attorney.
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Yes, if the marriage is bona fide and valid.
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CIS has determined that they will grant immigration benefits to same sex spouses, treating them the same as opposite sex spouses. I am not aware of any getting green cards yet, because, as you say, this is so new. But it should not be long.
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yes, why shouldn't they?
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