The U.S government has a special visa for refugees who are fleeing from their country of origin. This visa i-589 or I-589 protects those who face racial, religious or any minority persecution in their place of origin. Political asylum can be requested upon entry through legal channels.

Asylees who request this status are most commonly fleeing from countries like El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and México. The status is a usable defense in immigration court to avoid deportation. It also helps the refugee’s family who might be under threat.

It’s important to note that because of a lack of information, most people who are eligible do not request this status within the given time period (1 year) to do so. When the status is not requested within the first year upon arriving in the US, potential applicants lose the opportunity to obtain residence, their green cards and American citizenship.

We can help stop refugee deportation and determine whether you are eligible for Asylum in the United States of America.


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If You Lost Your Immigration Trial And Are Ready To Appeal To The Board Of Immigration Appeals, We Will Help You Overturn Your Case.

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For Green Card Holders Who Seek To Apply, We Will Walk With You Throughout The Entire Citizenship Request Process.

U-Visa and VAWA

Immigrants Can Be Victims Of Physical Or Mental Abuse. We Can Help You Apply For U-Visa And VAWA.

Frequently asked questions:

The I-589 asylum normative is used to apply for asylum in the United States. It allows individuals who are fleeing persecution in their home country to seek protection in the United States.

Individuals who are unable or unwilling to return to their home country due to a well-founded fear of persecution based on their race, religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group, or political opinion may be eligible to apply for asylum using the I-589 form.

When submitting an I-589 asylum application, applicants must provide supporting documentation to establish their eligibility for asylum. This may include evidence of persecution, such as police reports, medical records, and affidavits from witnesses or experts. Applicants must also provide proof of identity and may be required to undergo a medical examination and a background check.