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Title: Applying for Asylum Based on Gender Identity Persecution
Keywords: asylum
gender identity persecution
Bay Area
sexual abuse
mental abuse
economic harm
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Transgender Law Center
Place of Publication: Oakland, CA
Description: Asylum is a U.S. legal mechanism for protecting immigrants who have been persecuted or believe they will be harmed if they go back to their home countries. People who are granted asylum are allowed to stay in the U.S., get a work permit and some public benefits, and eventually apply for a green card and U.S. citizenship.
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