SEEKING IMMIGRATION ASYLUM?
If you are a national of another country who qualifies as a refugee, the Attorney General of the United States may choose to grant you asylum. By retaining our office to handle your case, you can be confident that your applications and other necessary paperwork will be handled in a competent and timely manner. We are here to answer any questions you have about your eligibility for asylum, and what you can expect during and after the process.
A refugee may be granted asylum if he or she demonstrates his or her inability to return to his or her home country because of:
- Past persecution based on race, religion, membership in a social or religious group, or political views
- Fear of future persecution based on his or her nationality, race, religion, membership in a social or religious group, or political views
There are strict guidelines and timelines to apply for asylum, so if you have failed to file an application for asylum within the first year of your arrival here, you may be disqualified. Other disqualifications can include being convicted of a felony or being determined dangerous to national security. However, there is hope. We can help you file for other forms of relief and will work tirelessly to ensure that you and your loved ones are protected no matter what.