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Transgender Migrants Seek Asylum in the US

Transgender Migrants Seek Asylum in the US

With the hope of being granted asylum, members of the LGBTQI community have been arriving at the United States border. They came along with various caravans of undocumented immigrants from Central America. After being detained and released by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, one group of 15 transgender women from Honduras told Voice of America reporter Gesell Tobias the special reasons why they left their country and the challenges they faced- VOA NEWS

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