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Asylum: Gaining Refugee Status in the U.S.

Applying for asylum is far from a simple matter, and if you are considering petitioning, it is in your best interest to talk to an Indianapolis asylum lawyer at Courtney L. Campbell, Attorney at Law who can guide you through the application process and help increase your chances of a successful resolution. We can offer helpful guidance and legal protection in asylum proceedings.

Asylum is the protection given by one country to the refugees of another country. According to U.S. law, a person who feels that they are being persecuted by their home country due to a variety of factors (including their ethnicity race, religion, membership in a certain social group, or political beliefs) may apply for asylum in the U.S. and be granted refugee status. Any person of any nation is eligible to apply for this relief, but they must do so within one year of entering the United States. With our understanding of asylum petitions and our commitment to client service, the team at our Indianapolis, Indiana immigration firm stands ready to help you.

There are several reasons why an individual may be seeking asylum, including when facing deportation. These petitions can be based upon a variety of dangerous circumstances of the individual, including those involving religious, gender-based, political affiliations and others. These recognized legal reasons to seek asylum must be carefully and completely documented by your Indianapolis immigration lawyer in your petition. You can seek asylum from within the U.S. or outside the U.S. At Courtney L. Campbell, Attorney at Law, we have the experience to know how to properly approach your petition.

When outside the country, you must make contact through the United States Resettlement Program (USRP) and these petitions require that you have a referral from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in most cases. For those who already reside within the country, asylum and refugee status can be sought from inside the country by your immigration lawyer at our Indianapolis, Indiana firm, but it is necessary that the petition is filed within one year of your arrival in the country. In some cases, there are circumstances that will allow an individual to apply later, but this is only addressed on a case-by-case basis, and you must prove that specific circumstances occurred that made it impossible for you to file your petition for asylum within the required one year period.

Our firm has helped numerous clients throughout their asylum processes, and our Indianapolis immigration team is 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. Courtney L. Campbell, Attorney at Law is located at 8520 Allison Pointe Boulevard, Suite 220 in Indianapolis, Indiana and we represent clients worldwide in immigration law proceedings.

Are you seeking asylum? It is strongly advised that you contact an experienced Indianapolis asylum attorney who can assist you in filling out your petition, and walk you step-by-step through the filing process.

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