Asylum Lawyer

Asylum immigration to the United States is open to people who have either been persecuted in their home countries or have reason to believe they will be.

Our lawyers fight hard for our clients in asylum and immigration appeals, using the knowledge and experience that comes with tens of thousands of successful immigration cases. We have offices across the country; schedule a time to come into one of our locations. 

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Your Immigration Asylum Attorneys

Our office has locations across the United States. Every one of our locations has the resources and experience to support your asylum application. We are glad to help you find a new life and safety here in the United States.
If you believe you have a case for asylum, please schedule a consultation with one of our experienced asylum attorneys, who will create a personalized immigration plan based on your circumstances. We represent immigrants nationwide.

Do You Qualify For Asylum?

Political asylum is meant to protect people victimized by persecution because of:

  • Race
  • Gender
  • Religion
  • Nationality
  • Political opinion or party
  • membership
  • Group membership

If you or a loved one is seeking asylum, it is important to know that you can apply if you are in the United States illegally or are here on an expired visa. You do not need to stop at a border crossing or otherwise notify the country beforehand.

Understanding The Basic Process

Typically, you must file for asylum within a year of entering the United States, but exceptions are often possible. Your application must include evidence of your situation, and the courts can be very particular. Our attorneys can help you demonstrate the validity of your fears of persecution and get you the asylum you need. We have the resources and experience to take your case to immigration court, the Board of Immigration Appeals, or any federal appellate court. Once you get asylum, you can then apply for a green card (aka permanent residency) and, eventually, citizenship.

Providing Humanitarian Relief For Asylum Seekers

Asylum protections include both the legal status that allows you to remain in the United States as well as access to a wide network of social support systems that can help you adjust to life here. This can include substantial help with housing, education, work training and more.

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Schedule a consultation and review your immigration case with one of our experienced attorneys.

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