Asylum Lawyer in Huntington
Asylum is founded on the idea of releasing a person from persecution or torture if they return to their own country. Simply expressed, asylum is a threat to one’s freedom or life or the infliction of violence or suffering on someone who is perceived to be different in some way. Because of the large number of asylum claims made, situations involving asylum claims are often scrutinized more closely. A well-prepared case may aid the applicant in showing that he or she is a “refugee” under the Immigration and Nationality Act.
Obtaining an Asylum Permit
An asylum seeker must show that they are being persecuted “on account of” one of the five listed grounds:
To be eligible for asylum, a person does not need to have been persecuted in the past. If a person has a well-founded fear of future persecution, they may be eligible for asylum. Furthermore, in cases of well-founded fear, the applicant does not have to prove that he or she would be singled out if there is a history of persecution of persons in comparable situations. Allow attorney Shankar, an immigrant himself, to assist you in preparing an asylum application promptly.
Aggravated Felons are subject to a one-year time limit and must be denied.
In most cases, the applicant must file for asylum within a year of arriving in the United States. However, there are some exceptions, such as if there are altered circumstances in the nation that fundamentally affect eligibility for asylum or extraordinary circumstances related to the belated application. If you are a convicted aggravated offender, your asylum application will be automatically denied.
Asylum Lawyer in Huntington Station
Attorney Shankar is an international-minded lawyer who formerly worked on behalf of the US State Department abroad. He understands the complexities of asylum legislation and the hardships you may be facing when being persecuted in your home country. As a result, you should expect to work closely with Attorney Shankar, who will assist you in identifying a variety of supporting evidence, such as police records, medical and hospital documents, witness statements, country condition reports, and other types of evidence. We want to help you win your case. Make an appointment with the Shankar Law Office today.