Insights: News Kilpatrick Atty Aids Fellow Ukrainians In War Relief Effort
"When one of Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP's Atlanta-based attorneys entered the United States in 1988 as a 9-year-old refugee from Soviet-era Ukraine, she couldn't have imagined she'd end up helping her fellow countrymen flee a Russian invasion 34 years later.
Vita E. Zeltser, a data privacy and cybersecurity attorney, is dedicating between 70% and 80% of her time at the firm over a three-month period to helping Ukrainians secure temporary legal status in the United States.
Zeltser is working with an immigration-focused nonprofit and says she's infinitely grateful for the firm's "unwavering support" of her desire to help those displaced by the war, including Russian dissidents."
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