There are many rights and freedoms available to people in the United States that are often taken for granted, including the right to free speech, freedom of religion, and many others. Many people choose to come to the United States from all over the world because they want to live in a place in which they can live, speak, and believe whatever they will (within reason, of course) without fear of persecution. One way to do this is to apply for asylum.
The U.S. government only accepts a certain number of legally qualified applicants for asylum each year. This number is determined by the President and Congress on a yearly basis and is subject to change based on their decision. In recent years, this number has been capped at 80,000 individuals per year.
You must also be able to prove that the persecution was either caused by the government, or that the government is unwilling or unable to prevent it.
Since there is a limit to the number of refugees that the U.S. accepts, it is important to act quickly to improve your chances of being granted asylum. An attorney can help you with the necessary paperwork and ensure that it is filled out completely and correctly so that there are no delays in getting your application processed. The West Palm Beach Asylum lawyers at Pozo Goldstein, LLP are available to review your case and start you on the path towards possibly obtaining asylum.
Contact a West Palm Beach Asylum Lawyer Today
The Palm Beach Immigration Law team at Pozo Goldstein, LLP has made it their mission to help people achieve their immigration goals. We believe that you deserve to live a free life without fear of persecution, and are prepared to help you fight for your rights with honesty, compassion, and outstanding knowledge of the law. When you retain our services, you can be confident that you will receive exceptional, personalized service backed by over 90 years of combined experience.
Get started on your case immediately – contact our West Palm Beach office today at (561) 983-4616 to set up a free in-office consultation.
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