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Rosie Wang

Rosie Wang

Sanctuary for Families
Legal Fellow, Immigration Intervention Project
Kew Gardens, NY, USA


Rosie Wang works closely with the Queens Human Trafficking Intervention Court to assist trafficking victims of East Asian descent apply for immigration relief, seek to bring their traffickers to justice, and rebuild their lives. Together with caseworkers at Sanctuary, Rosie works to connects clients with therapy, health care, job training, and housing. Rosie is based out of the Queens Family Justice Center, where she collaborates with pro bono partners to offer immigration consultations to foreign-born defendants from the QHTIC. Rosie holds a B.A. in History from the University of California, Berkeley and a J.D. from Columbia Law School, where she was awarded the Allan Morrow Sexuality and Gender Law Prize for her clinical work. Rosie began volunteering at Sanctuary while in law school in 2013.  She is a first-generation immigrant.
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