If you are in the United States and fear persecution by a government, or a group the government cannot control, based on your religion, political opinions, race, nationality, or membership in a social group, you may have an asylum claim. A person who is not in the United States may apply for refugee status using the same criteria.
The application process involves a complex area of law and you may wish to seek out the services of an attorney who handles asylum cases. After arrival to the United States, a person generally has one year to apply for asylum.
!!AAncity!! asylum attorney will be able to assess your particular case and explain the entire asylum process to you. He or she will help guide you through such a complicated type of case.
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If you expand your search for Glen Arbor representation by 50 miles you will find 3 additional Asylum Lawyers and law firms. Expanding your search by 100 miles results in an additional 4 options. 150 miles from Glen Arbor nets you an additional 5 options.
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