Insights: In the News Kilpatrick Townsend Referenced as Counsel to Estrella Sanchez in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Article, "Transgender Mexican woman in Georgia wins asylum after legal battle"
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Estrella Sanchez, a transgender woman who drew national media attention after fleeing persecution in her Mexican homeland, was granted asylum by an immigration judge in Georgia this week after a six-year legal battle. Kilpatrick Townsend represented Ms. Sanchez.
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