Asylum

How to Seek Asylum in the Us
Asylum

How to Seek Asylum in the Us

Every year, thousands of people who are either in the US or at the US border apply for asylum because they have suffered or have credible fear that they will suffer persecution in their home country based on race, religion, nationality, or membership in a particular social group or political opinion. If you are among one of them, then this article is right for you. In this article, we will discuss how an individual can seek asylum in the US.

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The Notice of referral Does Not Require Hearing Info
Asylum

Notice of Referral Does Not Require Hearing Info (Jun 2021)

All you need to know about immigration notice of referral. Sotero Mejia Romero, a native and citizen of Guatemala, has challenged the jurisdiction of an immigration judge on the grounds that a referral notice to the immigration judge by an asylum officer initiating his removal proceedings lacks the date and time of the hearing.

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Spouses, Children, and Parents Sexual Assault. What To Do.
Asylum

Spouses, Children, and Parents Sexual Assault. What Options You Have?

Overall, any non-U.S. citizen victims of sexual violence and other forms of gender-based abuse may qualify for asylum status if their abuse was related to any violation of human rights. Generally, someone who experienced domestic violence or sexual assault in another country may apply for asylum in the U.S. if the government in his/her home country is “unwilling or unable” to protect the victim from the violence perpetrated from their attacker.

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Expedited Removal Proceedings Without Immigration Court Hearing
Deportation Defense

Expedited Removal Proceedings Without Immigration Court Hearing

Removal, or also commonly known as deporting, of non-citizens, can occur if US immigration officers (like those of US Immigration and Customs Enforcement) decide an individual must be removed from the US. In order to be involuntarily removed, the individual must go through a process that includes going to court and arguing in front of a judge.

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Seeking Asylum in the US
Asylum

Seeking Asylum in the US

In politics and the news, whether you are keeping track of European or US events, you will have heard of asylum seekers and the paths to asylum. This became an important issue in Europe in 2015 with the migration crisis, but it has also ballooned as an American political issue as President Trump has been vocal on the avenues of immigration to the US. Following different forms of persecution in many Latin American countries, many citizens have fled their countries of origin in order to seek asylum in the US. This article will provide a brief overview of the path to asylum and the process of seeking asylum in the US.

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