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Helping Immigrants Receive Asylum Protection

The United States provides asylum for individuals who have escaped from a country which has been proven to be dangerous and oppressive. The real threat of danger must be proven through documentation and must meet certain requirements for asylum to be granted. It is critical that you have a skilled immigration attorney who is equipped to help you assemble the evidence needed to successfully petition for asylum.

Representation In Filing For Asylum And Political Asylum

The Law Office of Irene G. Mugambi, P.C., has dedicated its legal experience and skill to helping individuals find safety in the United States through asylum. Our lawyers will file, monitor and track the progress of your petition, helping you put together all documentation needed to show Immigration Services that your country of origin is too dangerous for you to return.

Seek Legal Counsel As Soon As Possible

This petition must be filed within one year of entering the United States and must include proof of the date on which you arrived here. You must show that returning to your country would result in you being persecuted, imprisoned, tortured or executed due to race, religion, political opinion, nationality or inclusion in a specific social or ethnic group. Petitions may also be approved based on natural disaster or war.

Documentation must include official evidence, including medical records, documents, affidavits, forensic evidence and evidence of persecution.

We Are Prepared To Take Your Case To Court

If your case is not approved at the administrative level, we will see the case through to court, appearing before an immigration judge to advocate on your behalf. Our attorneys have been highly successful in this area, helping to protect many individuals and their families. The stakes are high in these petitions. You can trust the skill and experience of our firm to protect you.

Contact Us To Find Out How We Can Help You

To learn more about how we can help you successfully petition for asylum in the United States, please call our Dallas, Texas, firm today at 214-504-1137. You may also contact us online.