A Knowledgeable Asylum Attorney
Asylum cases are challenging. An attorney that handles asylum claims must be prepared to give attention to the details of your case and understand your country conditions. At Yaziji Law Firm, we combine thoughtful, legal counsel with experienced advocacy to achieve a successful asylum result. We prepare and guide our client through the affirmative asylum application process or removal proceedings. We understand the ins and outs of asylum law.
Asylum in the United States of America
If you are physically present in the United States, and you are unable or unwilling to return to your country because you fear you would be tortured, detained, or killed, you can apply for asylum in the United States. If your asylum claim is successful, you will be able to live and work in the United States even if you have entered illegally, overstayed your visa or worked without authorization.
Asylum Can be Based on:
- Political opinion
- National origin
- Membership in a social group (eg, member of a family that has been persecuted)
Ms. Yaziji has represented asylum applicants from Syria, Iraq, Libya, Egypt, and other Arab and non-Arab countries, victims of persecution by their own governments and para-military groups or militas. She has obtained excellent results for our clients, who have begun new lives in the United States free of the fear that haunted them in their native country.
A Knowledgeable Immigration Attorney
In the past ten years, Yaziji Law Firm has helped hundreds of individuals and families come to the United States and petition for their family members overseas. We successfully represented clients in complex naturalization cases (N-400), even when the client had travelled overseas for long periods of time after getting the Green Card. We have united many families through filing I-130 petitions and fiancé visas (I-129F), as well as Travel Documents and Humanitarian Parole (I-131), among other services. We also represent people who seek to become U.S. citizens by investing in the United States through EB-5 visas.