One of the things we hold most dearly is the belief that we all have an inalienable right to express our political opinions, practice our religions, and take pride in our social and ethnic backgrounds without fear of repercussion from the government. However, not all governments hold these to be inalienable rights, and not all governments are able to protect persons facing a fear of persecution and retaliation because of their race, religion, political opinion, ethnicity, or membership in a particular social group.
If an individual has fled their home country due to past persecution or fear of future persecution due to their race, religion, nationality, political beliefs, or membership in a particular social group, they may apply for asylum. Applicants must apply for asylum within one year of entering the United States, or show that an extreme or significantly changed circumstance caused them to apply after more than one
year. Applicants must also show that they could not have reasonably relocated to another part of their home country in order to avoid persecution.
Once a person applies for asylum, they can be granted Lawful Permanent Resident status, or a green card. They can also apply for work authorization in the United States, and the ability to travel outside the United States to countries other than the country from which they fled. Once a green card is obtained, asylum applicants can petition for their family members to obtain permanent resident status as well.
We have successfully helped obtain asylum for so many people in need. Please give us a call if you are in need of assistance.
We’ll set up a 30-minute in-person or virtual meeting with you via Zoom, video conference, Skype or phone to get to know your unique situation, understand your needs, and begin to map out a legal strategy.
The second step of our process lasts 3-5 days, during which we handle all necessary administrative details to set up your case. You will put down your initial deposit, sign a fee agreement, complete a questionnaire and meet with us to dive deeper.
For the next 3-4 weeks, we wi11 work together, side-by-side, to prepare your case and set you up for success. After we have prepared your case, we will share it with you for review. Then we flle your case and monitor it.
If you are unable to visit our New Jersey location, our office can work on your case virtually.
Call : (732)-379-4866
Mon – Fri 09:00-17:00
Immigration law is complex.
We know the law and will fight for your right to stay in the United States.