Having a birth certificate, photographic identification, Social Security, and other legal records that accurately reflect your name and gender is critical.
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A lack of appropriate identity documents can deter some people from applying for jobs, school, and public benefits, and can lead to discrimination. But securing a legal name change and gender marker correction can be a challenging and foreign experience to some, involving an intimidating interaction with the court system and government agencies. We will help you complete these processes, with experience, skill, and compassion, so you can move forward with your life.
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