Political Asylum

Border Patrol Fires Tear Gas Migrants

News Alert: US Border Patrol Fires Tear Gas at Migrants

News Alert: US Border Patrol Fires Tear Gas at Migrants November 29, 2018 Over the holiday weekend, news broke of a clash between migrants and United States (US) border patrol agents. US personnel at the Tijuana border deployed tear gas against a group of migrants, including women and young children. For example, the nation saw…

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Political Asylum USA- Frequently Asked Questions

Political Asylum USA: Frequently Asked Questions

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) is sensitive to the plight of foreign nationals who may be exposed to harassment, discrimination, or unfair persecution based on race or religious discrimination, nationality, or political and social association in their home countries. For those who are currently present in the United States, and can show…

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obtaining a political asylum attorney

Davis & Associates is Preparing Clients for Changes to the Political Asylum Interview Process

Davis & Associates is preparing clients for recent changes to the application and interview process for pending political asylum cases. Until recently, the oldest political asylum applications were processed first, causing some cases to remain pending for up to a year before the applicant was ever able to schedule an interview with The United States…

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What You Need to Know About Temporary Protective Status

What You Need to Know About Temporary Protected Status (TPS)

Temporary Protected Status is designed by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) to be a compassionate option for individuals from nations where conditions exist that may keep them from returning safely at a particular time. Alternatively, the home country may temporarily be unable to accommodate the safe return of the individuals. The Department…

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Obtaining Political Asylum USA

Obtaining Political Asylum USA

Political asylum USA is an avenue for individuals in danger of persecution or harm in their home country to achieve residency in the United States and secure their safety. The process requires an individual to prove that there is “reasonable fear” for personal security if returning to their country of origin. Asylum may be granted…

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