Legal Permanent Resident

If you are a refugee from another country seeking asylum in the United States for fear of persecution in your home country, you need to hire an experienced immigration attorney who is dedicated to assisting you with your delicate circumstances. The last thing you want to do is be deported to your native land and face the persecution that you made you flee in the first place.

The immigration lawyers at Legalize Me have the necessary experience and knowledge of immigration law in successfully defending refugees who take solace in United States asylum laws created to help them from harm and persecution. We are dedicated in clearing a path of asylum under our flag for refugees who need such protection and are in fear of persecution.

What Is Asylum Law?

Asylum is an option that certain foreign individuals in the United States may utilize to legally remain in the country due to reasons related to their native country, such as past persecution or being in the fear of current or future persecution. These individuals may apply for asylum either by asking for asylum at the point of entry into the U.S. or filing an application within one year of arrival.

Asylum may not be granted if the individual has:

  • Previously been denied asylum.
  • Failed to apply for asylum within one year of arrival in to the U.S.
  • If they can be relocated to a different county that has been deemed safe.

At Legalize Me, our experienced immigration lawyers look at all of your options to determine whether asylum is a viable in your case. If we determine that it is, we will take all the necessary steps to get you asylum and enable you to legally reside in the United States.

Eligibility for Asylum

If you came to the United States because you suffered past persecution or have a “well-founded fear of persecution” in your native homeland, you may be granted asylum on a discretionary basis. More specifically, in order to qualify, you must fall into of the following categories of a refugee as established by the Immigration & Nationality Act of the United States:

  • Individuals who fear being tortured or killed by the government in their native home land
  • Individuals who are persecuted in their native country for any of the following:
    • Gender
    • Nationality
    • Social, Political or Social Beliefs
    • Race
    • Sexual Orientation

Pursuing Asylum in California

The knowledgeable immigration lawyers at Legalize Me are dedicated to helping foreign individuals get the asylum they are seeking. We will work hard to provide you with the highest level of immigration services available. We can answer any questions and/or comments you may have regarding your eligibility for legal permanent resident status. We are dedicated to offering the most experienced immigration support for all of our clients seeking permanent residency in the United States.

For more information or to schedule a free consultation with compassionate and experienced immigration attorney Michael S. Carrillo, call Legalize Me toll free at 800-554-8778.

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