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Oregon House Bill 2007, also known as the Oregon Family Fairness Act (OFFA), allows qualified same-sex couples to register their domestic partnership in Oregon and, by doing so, affords the same rights and benefits granted under Oregon law to:
It is the policy of Oregon State University to also provide benefits and services, within the purview of the University, to the non-registered same-sex or heterosexual "domestic partner" of an employee or student. Such relationships may qualify for employee and student benefits and services when the following guidelines are met:
For the purposes of this policy, unregistered domestic partnership exists when two individuals:
If requested, proof of the existence of a domestic partnership shall consist of current documentation of at least two of the following (information should be dated to confirm eligibility at time of application):
BENEFITS AND SERVICES
It is the policy of Oregon State University to provide the following employee and student benefits and services to a qualifying registered or unregistered domestic partner or spouse of an employee or student.
For registered or unregistered Domestic Partners or Spouses of Students, Staff, and Faculty:
For registered or unregistered Domestic Partners or Spouses of Staff and Faculty only:
For registered or unregistered Domestic Partners or Spouses of Students only:
Questions about this policy or its implementation should be addressed to the Office of Equal Opportunity and Access, 330 Snell Hall, (541-737-3556).
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