Newark Asylum Attorneys
Compassionate Assistance for Immigrants Fleeing Persecution
Asylum provides protection to individuals already present in the United States who fear persecution in their home country. To be eligible for asylum, the persecution must be from the government or individuals/organizations who the government is unable or unwilling to control. Furthermore, the persecution must be based on race, religion, nationality, political opinion, or membership in a particular social group.
Typically, individuals must apply for asylum within one year of their arrival in the United States. However, exceptions exist, such as changing conditions in the home country or extraordinary circumstances preventing earlier application. Individuals granted asylum can be granted permanent residency after one year.
For detailed information and to initiate your case, promptly contact our asylum attorneys in Newark.
Proving Eligibility for Asylum
The process of proving eligibility for asylum can be challenging and stressful. Timely completion is crucial in immigration cases, and engaging an experienced lawyer is essential for success. Our law firm is dedicated to providing personalized legal services, guiding you through every step of the legal process.
Persecution can take various forms, including death threats, violence, torture, detention, or severe economic deprivation. Asylum seekers must establish a "well-founded fear" of persecution if they were to return to their home country to qualify for asylum in the United States.
Understanding Convention Against Torture (CAT)
The United Nations Convention Against Torture offers protection to individuals who fear torture by the government or at the acquiescence of the government in their home country. Applicants must demonstrate that it is more likely than not that they would face torture upon return. Relief under CAT can be sought at any time, irrespective of an individual's criminal history.
Withholding of Removal
Withholding of removal requires the applicant to demonstrate that it is more likely than not that they would face persecution based on a protected ground upon return. Individuals granted withholding of removal can seek work authorization but cannot adjust their status to become legal permanent residents or petition for derivative status for immediate relatives. Those who have engaged in persecution or have been convicted of particularly serious crimes are barred from seeking withholding of removal. Only an immigration judge can grant withholding of removal.
If you are seeking asylum or facing persecution, rely on the compassionate assistance of our Newark asylum attorneys. Contact us today at (862) 465-9035 to discuss your case.
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