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Asylum for LGBTQ people
Asylum for LGBTQ people

Asylum is a form of humanitarian relief granted to refugees who apply for asylum from within the United States. Asylum may be granted to an individual who has suffered past persecution or has a well-founded fear of being persecuted, in their home country, based on their ...

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Blog posts in Asylum

  • Problems with Current Asylum Processing

    What is Asylum? Asylum is a form of lawful immigration for people who fear persecution in their country of origin. Their fear of persecution must be ...

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  • Appeal after Asylum

    What is the Process after an Asylum Application is Denied? Asylum denials rose drastically in 2018. If you or a loved one had an application for ...

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  • Types of Asylum Decisions

    There are various decisions that USCIS can alert you to after applying for asylum. If you have any questions about what kind of notice you’ve ...

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  • Asylum Seekers - After Asylum Approval First Actions

    Let us be one of the first to welcome you to the U.S. at Landerholm Immigration . We are immigration attorneys who help asylees looking to navigate ...

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  • The Benefits of Asylum in the United States

    The goal for many seeking asylum is to live in the United States, without fear and worry, and to create a new life. This idea alone is enough for many ...

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  • Strategies and Exceptions to the One Year Filling Deadline for Asylum

    A messy immigration system is creating more problems for asylum seekers who are trying to apply legally to stay in the United States. The years-long ...

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  • Governor Newsom Seeks Financial Help for Asylum Seekers

    In January 2019, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced he wants to set up an emergency fund to help asylum seekers at the U.S. Mexico border in California. The ...

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  • Expediting Your Asylum Application If Already in the Backlog

    The US immigration system is plagued with serious backlogs. The first quarter of 2019 has resulted in some of the highest immigrant apprehensions ...

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  • Asylum Seekers Can Obtain Work Permits - How it Works

    Years ago, asylum seekers were allowed to apply for work permits immediately after submitting an asylum application, but today, this isn’t the case. ...

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