When faced with a dangerous situation in your home country, whether through political affiliations, religion or other situation, you have the right to seek asylum in the USA. This process is complex and requires extensive documentation to support your case for getting the legal right to live and work in the country. Individuals and families who are seeking asylum are well-served by contacting the Jain Law Firm to assist you throughout the process.
As it is difficult to get these matters approved, having a skilled attorney from the Jain Law Firm who is familiar with all aspects of the process is important when your future and life is at stake. Our skilled and experienced legal team will carefully review all the information about your situation and determine the best way to present your evidence of the need for asylum and to aggressively pursue it on your behalf. This urgent situation requires a knowledgeable attorney that has successfully resolved these matters for others in the same situation.
Interested in finding out what to do to apply, Call the Jain Law Firm. Filing for Asylum requires an interview process with an Asylum Officer or in a hearing with an Asylum Judge. Also required is a security check and background investigation by the FBI, CIA and Homeland Security. The results of this investigation will be part of what determines your likelihood of obtaining asylum. Anyone who is known to have a criminal background or involved with terrorist groups or criminal organizations is likely to be denied.
During this hearing, a foreign national is entitled to have an interpreter and their lawyer present. At Jain Law Firm, we know how to properly approach these proceedings to help our clients seek a positive result. Specific documentation is required as well, including a passport (if you have one) or other forms of travel documents or identification. If you are attempting to bring in family members as well and they are listed on your application, such as a spouse or children, they must also appear with you at the hearing. Other relevant immigration documents must be brought the the attorneys at Jain Law Firm will advise you on.
Our firm has helped numerous clients throughout their asylum processes, and our attorneys are familiar with immigration law in these matters. The process can be quite complex and intimidating and it is best presented with the aid of a qualified and trusted immigration lawyer to help you through.
The immigration laws can determine who stays in the country and who must leave. Violations of the terms of a visa can jeopardize the status and can result in removal or deportation. It is best to have representation from the Jain Law Firm when threatened with deportation. We can provide aggressive and professional legal assistance during a very stressful time when a person may have to leave the country. An effective immigration attorney from Jain Law Firm can intervene and represent a client accused of criminal activity or other violations. Let our prominent immigration attorneys assess the situation and provide the needed representation during all steps of immigration and possible removal.
Violations of the terms and agreements pertaining to visas are serious with harsh consequences. Individuals in the U.S., whether here legally or illegally, can face deportation (also known as removal) for the following violations:
- Remaining in the Country Past a Visa Expiration
- Engaging in Criminal Activities
- Fraudulent or Illegal Marriage
- Providing Fraudulent Documentation
Anyone who helps others enter the United States illegally is subject to removal. Homeland Security may expedite deportation of individuals who engage in activities that threaten the safety of the public or endanger the national security. A removal affects not only the violator, but also the families if a parent or child must leave the country. Our skilled immigration attorneys at Jain Law Firm have helped many clients facing deportation maintain their residency or achieve a desired result. To learn more about our services please contact the Jain Law Firm.