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Lesbian woman from Cuba granted asylum in U.S.


From left- Yanelkys Moreno Agramonte and her partner, Dayana Rodríguez González. (Photo courtesy of Dayana Rodríguez González) BASILE, La – An immigration judge on Monday granted asylum to a lesbian woman from Cuba who has been in U.S.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement custody for 10 months. Judge Pedro J. Espina, who is based in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico, via videoconference granted asylum to Yanelkys Moreno Agramonte, 36, based on the harassment and discrimination she suffered in Cuba because of her sexual orientation.

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