Having an experienced immigration attorney in Philadelphia who knows how to properly plan, organize, file, and represent your asylum case will dramatically increase your odds of being granted an asylum within the United States. Hykel Law has successfully achieved asylum for many of our clients throughout the various stages of the process. Under U.S. Immigration Laws, asylum may be given to foreign nationals who can show discernment or discrimination based on religious beliefs, political views, nationality, race, or other social classifications. If the threat of deportation is imminent, Hykel Law’s asylum attorney in Philadelphia can help you achieve asylum and reside legally in the U.S. We are committed to help you avoid persecution in your home country, and achieve a safe haven on U.S. soil. First, we must evaluate your case to determine your eligibility and status.
Whether you are just arriving in the U.S.,we can file and prepare an Application for Asylum or for Withholding of Removal (I-589 form). Generally, an application for Asylum must be filed within the first year of your arrival in the United States, but there are exceptions. To be granted asylum, Hykel Law can help you round up and present the most relevant evidence of your persecution, particularly if your risk of deportation is imminent. We take a proactive approach enabling you to request asylum as a defense from removal from the United States.
It can be tough to prove persecution, particularly if the evidence resides in your home country. Contact Hykel Law as soon as possible. We can start preparing your asylum paperwork, as well as getting the supporting evidence you need to remain on safe ground. Our representation is resilient and we stand by your side from the beginning, straight through judicial proceedings, when needed.