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Grant Sovern Quoted in Journal Sentinel Article “For Afghan ‘guests’ in Wisconsin, remembering the past is not easy. But on their path to asylum, it’s essential”

Journal Sentinel

Grant Sovern, Immigration national chair in the Quarles & Brady Madison office, discussed his experience about assisting Afghanis seeking Asylum at the legal clinic at Fort McCoy.

Following is an excerpt featuring Sovern's quote:

Grant Sovern, an immigration attorney with the Quarles & Brady law firm in Madison, has volunteered extensively at Fort McCoy and was one of the trainers. “Your job is to give people information and tools for moving forward,” he said. “We’re going to help them learn about the asylum process.”


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