Many people face persecution in their home countries, leaving them to face a seemingly hopeless future. Fortunately, the United States offers asylum for people being persecuted due to race, religion, nationality, or similar issues. This allows people to live and work in the U.S., away from the dangers they previously faced in their homeland. However, determining if you are eligible for asylum and then getting accepted can be a challenging and complex process. If you are facing possible deportation or are seeking asylum in the U.S., contact Sibirsky Law Firm, P.A. right away. Our Miami immigration lawyer is focused and aggressive, taking swift action to secure the best possible outcomes for each individual's case.
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To be eligible for asylum, you must show that you have been persecuted or have well-grounded fears of being persecuted in your homeland. As mentioned, this persecution must stem from a person's religion, nationality, race, political opinions, membership of a certain group, etc. If any of these issues apply to your situation, you may be deemed eligible for asylum.
To apply for asylum, you must request it upon arriving at the United States in a port-of-entry or fill out Form I-589, Application for Asylum and for Withholding of Removal. This must be done within one year of coming to the U.S. The application can be completed regardless of your current immigration status, which means that illegal immigrants are also eligible for asylum. If you have problems with the process or want to ensure your application is handled correctly, do not hesitate to call on Sibirsky Law Firm, P.A. at (305) 381-9797. We tailor our representation to each and every client!