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Supreme Court Ruling Puts Spotlight on Transgender Pronouns

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Supreme Court of the United States ruled in favor of a Guatemalan native seeking refuge in the United States on Thursday in a decision that also subtly recognizes the use of a transgender person's preferred pronouns.The Supreme Court overruled a lower court's decision against a noncitizen on Thursday in an opinion issued by Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson and joined by Justices Sonia Sotomayor, John Roberts, Elena Kagan, Amy Coney Barrett, Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh.

Justice Samuel Alito filed an opinion concurring with the judgment, which Justice Clarence Thomas joined.The ruling makes it slightly easier for migrants to appeal a denial of protection from removal from the U.S.

by finding that a noncitizen does not need to request certain forms for administrative review to meet the needs to satisfy the requirements for challenging a Board of Immigration Appeals ruling.

The ruling comes amid the end of Title 42, but many people on Twitter are pointing out something subtle in the ruling: the use of the noncitizen's preferred pronouns.Leon Santos-Zacaria, a transgender woman who goes by the name Estrella, sought protection from removal from the U.S.

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