Many people come to the United States seeking protection because they have suffered persecution or fear that they will be harmed if they return to their home country. Asylum is a form of protection our government may grant to someone fleeing their country because they fear they will be harmed based on their race, religion, nationality, political opinion, or membership in a particular social group. This area of immigration law is very complicated but is essential to those fleeing their countries in search of safety.

In order to be granted asylum, an applicant has to meet certain requirements and show the government just cause for their fears of persecution. Accomplishing both of these without the help of a professional immigration attorney is allowed, but not recommended. The process can be intensely confusing and generally frustrating to the inexperienced, which is why our firm exists – to help the inexperienced navigate U.S. federal immigration law.

International Service

Our attorneys are experience handling asylum cases and are eager to represent and counsel individuals seeking asylum to the United States, no matter where in the world they might be, whether or not they are already in the United States.

Our team is comprised of accomplished and credentialed immigration legal professionals who invite inquiries from national and international clients seeking sound legal advice in the areas of immigration court representation, deportation defense, removal proceedings, investor visas, visa applications and renewals, immigration waivers and asylum. Give us a call or send us an e-mail today to schedule an appointment with a qualified immigration professional. Although our office is based in Framingham/Boston Area our team can advise clients in English, Portuguese and Spanish.

Serving with Compassion

Seeking asylum can be a stressful process, especially when the fate of one’s future is unknown. This is why our immigration attorneys work hard to fight for a client’s right to live in a place where he or she isn’t persecuted and to give those clients as good a chance at the American dream as any.