Asylum and Refugee Status
Asylum may be granted to individuals already on the United States who are unable or unwilling to return to their home countrybecause of persecution on accoutn of race, religion, nationality, membership in a social group (including sexual orientation), or political opinion. If you are granted asylum, you will be allowed to live and work in the United States. You will be able to apply for permanent residency one year after you are granted asylum.
Refugee status is similar to asylum but is obtained by a person who is currently outside the country.
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We assist clients from around-the-world with the process of obtaining asylum in the United States and the United Kingom.
If you are interested in obtaining asylum in the United States or Europe, we are interested in helping you. Please ask any questions you have below. You may enter "anonymous" in the name box if you wish. Our firm handles a number of asylum cases on a pro-bono (free) basis.
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