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Understanding Asylum – Part III

Today, we present to you the third part of our “Understanding Asylum” series. I will answer four questions asked by different clients who have contaανταλλακτικα

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Political Asylum

If you fear persecution upon return to your home country, you may be eligible for political asylum in the United States. However, to qualify for political asylum, the harm you fear must be based on religion, race, nationality, political opinion, or membership in a particular social group. The persecution you fear must be from the government or from an individual or group that the government cannot or will not protect you from.

Immigration Law

We advise on the conditions of entry, stay and departure for those seeking to emigrate to the United States. In addition to all procedures related to emigration and repatriation, visa and residence permit applications. Our experienced immigration lawyers provide specialized legal advice for all aspects of applying for political asylum and refugee status and can represent clients in any US state.

Family Petition

The process known as family reunification allows immigrants who have already become citizens or permanent residents to apply for permanent residence visa for their immediate family members. The processing time depends on the family relationship and also on the legal status of the sponsor. It usually varies between 6 to 18 months. If the relative is outside the United States, he or she may obtain permanent residence through a consular procedure, in which the interested party must apply for a visa using Form I-130.


TPS allows beneficiaries to live and work in the United States for the duration of the crisis in their country, without fear of being placed in deportation proceedings. Also, the Department of Homeland Security cannot detain them because of their immigration status. To register or re -register to TPS, you must file Form I-821

Green Card

The Green Card authorizes you to work and reside permanently in the United States. The application process depends on your individual situation and may include: – Adjustment of status for persons residing in the US – Consular processing for persons residing outside the US Therefore, cases involving immigration and US nationality should be represented by lawyers with experience in this field.


The Law Office of JAL, PLLC, we have a defined process that must always be followed before taking a case. This process does not discriminate the means by which you have contacted us.
When you contact us, the ideal is that you share with us your data, to send you all the initial information and start your scheduling process (Full name, e-mail, where you are writing from, cell phone number).
It does not matter if you are inside or outside the US.
We will send you the initial information by email, you must fill out a form that will help the lawyer from the firm that will be taking your case to get to know you a little before the consultation and make the most of your appointment time. Also at that moment, we will make a call to explain the process to you in a more personal way.
Make the payment for the initial consultation that will be explained to you in the previous e-mail. The payment method we use is Zelle.
We will contact you to confirm the availability of your initial appointment. You will need to confirm so we can send you the meeting link. Please be on time!

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If ICE cannot deport you and let you leave under an order of supervision or Humanitarian Parole after an immigration judge orders your deportation, there is a possibility to apply for a work permit; however, you will have to send a copy of your i220B.
We recommend that you get good advice because it is not a simple procedure.


Some of the factors that may affect the immigration decision include: – The number of people who depend on you and who are living in the US. – An urgent need to have a job. – The possibility that your deportation may not be effective for a long time.

The asylum is like building a house, you need to have strong pillars supporting the roof, otherwise, it will collapse on you. In order to have a chance to get asylum it is not enough to prove one or two pillars, you have to have all 4 pillars clear. No matter how much evidence you have for any pillar, you are not going to be able to prove your case without having them all at the same level of understanding.
The 4 pillars are: Reasonable Fear of returning to the country. It has an element of temporality. Prove that you suffered persecution in the past or that there is a possibility of future persecution. Identity of the persecutor. You must prove that the persecutor is the government or a group that the government is unwilling or unable to control. Prove a nexus or connection between the persecution and your membership in one or more of the protected classes.

1. Political opinion.
2. Religion.
3. Race.
4. National identity.
5. Membership to a particular social group

In this video you will get a better understanding of the subject:

It is not illegal for you to represent yourself in court or to handle your own legal matters.
Judges and court staff cannot give you any legal advice as you move forward with your case. Lawyers, instead, are trained to provide you with professional legal assistance, to be aware of all court proceedings, filing requirements, deadlines, and other details that you might easily overlook.

You can end your relationship with your lawyer simply by stating your wishes. Giving notice is a matter of courtesy and may be necessary so that, if a lawsuit has been filed, the lawyer can ask the court for permission to withdraw. Even if you decide to end the contract with your lawyer, you will still have to pay for services already rendered on his or her behalf, and any costs incurred.

By being hired as your legal advisor, the lawyer expects you to:
– Be completely honest about all facts relating to your case, whether or not they are favorable to you.
– Be on time for appointments and do not take an excessive amount of time with visits or phone calls regarding minor details or insignificant matters.
– Follow his or her advice.
– Understand that no lawyer can guarantee results in a contested matter.
– Be patient and understand that legal matters are rarely open and closed cases; they require time and research.

You are hiring a lawyer to work as your advocate. You should expect your lawyer to:
– Consult with you to identify the case.
– Research and analyze all available facts and information related to your case.
– Keep you informed about what is happening in your case and answer your questions.
– Discuss fees with you on your first visit and reach an agreement on how the fees will be paid.
– Be honest about your case, your prospects for success, the time it will take, and the advisability of accepting any settlement offered.
– Maintain confidentiality of everything that is said and discussed in your process.

Legal fees are established and determined by a contract between the firm and you. The amount of the fee and the basis of the charge are determined by a number of factors:
– The amount of time spent on your case.
– The ability, experience and reputation of the lawyer.
– General expenses, such

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What is discussed in each video on our social media is general information, it does not replace an appointment with your lawyer in which you present the entire factual framework of your case, because each case is different.
Here, at The Law Office of JAL, we are a team of more than 50 people working to always give you the best service, with excellence and efficiency.
Through our social media, it is not possible to give you legal advice or answer all your specific questions because it is also a regulated and not allowed legal matter.
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