Daily Border Bulletin- International visitors' spending goes up, Michelle Obama advocates for immigration reform, and more

Daily Border Bulletin is up! Today's stories include:

International visitors spent $13.9 billion in May in the U.S.- New data released by the U.S. Commerce Department shows that international visitors spent nearly $13.9 billion on travel to, and tourism-related activities within, the United States in May—$1 billion more than was spent in May 2011.

First lady advocates for an immigration reform- First lady Michelle Obama advocated for an immigration reform and to pass the DREAM Act during her visit to Florida in which she met with Latina women and she had an interview with Spanish-language TV station Univision.

Immigrant seeks legal status through same-sex marriage- An immigrant from the Philippines filed a lawsuit seeking legal right to stay in the United States based on her same-sex marriage to an American citizen.