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The procedure for requesting asylum is particularly demanding with regards to in-depth interviews with the US state officials; with the possibility of deportation lingering over the head in case of a dissatisfactory case. This is exactly the reason why you need an experienced immigration lawyer on your side who knows the tact and ways to avoid possible deportation. HesMyLawyer has some of Houston’s best immigration attorneys on board who are adept at handling cases to gain required legal status. Coupled with expertise and knowledge about necessary documentation, this makes HesMyLawyer the best legal counsel and partner to handle your case.
Your free consultation awaits you should you be willing to claim asylum with the United States of America; we will make sure we help you understand all necessary details. We are just a call away (+12 345 678).
Claiming Asylum in USA
The United States of America welcomes people and accepts them for an asylum should the eligibility criteria be met. The application for the process is free of cost and has to be initiated by filling out Form I-589, Application for Asylum and for Withholding of Removal. You may like to add your spouse and children at the same time, within the same application. A few conditions for the children’s age however, have to be met. For instance, all children being applied for have to be under 21 years of and unmarried.
In 2019, the Trump government had issued a ruling by which the asylum requests could be made at only a few designated ports of entry. By the same ruling, the criteria to accept applications or cases was made more strict, of course aimed at restricting the number of applications coming in.
In such circumstances, imagine the value of a top quality immigration lawyer who knows the process inside out and can guide you on how to and whether or not to apply for the asylum at all. That said, should you be eligible to apply, the attorneys at HesMyLawyer fight your case with dedication to leave no stone unturned in their efforts to avoid deportation for you and your family.