If you are seeking asylum in the United States, it’s important to get the right resources and support.
At Santos Khoury, we offer a free asylum consultation to help you understand the requirements and the process involved.
In this blog post, we will cover some frequently asked questions, including what to do if you haven’t experienced past harm.
Even if you have not experienced physical harm, you may still be eligible for asylum if you fear future persecution based on your race, religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group, or political opinion. To present evidence of an ongoing threat of persecution, you may show evidence of discrimination, mistreatment, or other forms of persecution.
If you are unsure about your eligibility or want assistance with your asylum case, it is crucial to seek help from an experienced immigration attorney. Look for a lawyer who has experience in practicing U.S. asylum law to help you assess whether you meet the legal requirements, what your options are, and how to prove your asylum case.
What If I can't prove past harm? Is there another way?
If an applicant has not experienced past persecution but still has a reasonable fear of being persecuted in their home country, they may still be able to qualify for asylum.
In this situation, applicants must demonstrate a reasonable fear of being persecuted in their home country.
This can be done by presenting evidence of an ongoing threat of persecution due to their identity or membership in a particular social group. If you are unsure if you fit in one of these categories you can book a free asylum consultation to go over your case with our legal team.
To present evidence of an ongoing threat of persecution, an applicant may show evidence of discrimination, mistreatment, or other forms of persecution based on their identity or membership in a particular social group. This could include proof of violence, threats, or other forms of mistreatment.
If you can demonstrate that you experienced persecution or even lower-level harm in the past, it will make proving the likelihood of future persecution much easier. Id you have questions don’t worry! We can go over them during a free asylum consultation.
What's included in my free asylum consultation?
Our asylum attorneys have experience in practicing U.S. asylum law and will help you assess the following during your free asylum consultation:
• Whether you meet the legal requirements.
• What your options are.
• Whether you have a strong asylum claim.
• How to prove your asylum case.
• How to prepare for the application and interview process.
Book your free asylum consultation here to discuss the details of your case.
Schedule a free asylum consultation with Santos Khoury.
At Santos Khoury, we have helped many asylum applicants seek protection in the U.S.
If you have not been harmed but are anxious about potential harm in your home country, contact us to review your situation and allow us to help you.
To schedule your consultation, please visit our website or click the link below. We look forward to helping you!