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Asylum and Refugee Application in the US

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General Information about Asylum and Refugee Status:

 

Information about the Asylum and Refugee Application in the United States. This type of visa is issued to people who are traveling to the United States looking for freedom and protection because they have suffered persecution in their country or residence, or because they might suffer persecution due to Race, Religion, Nationality, Membership in a social group, or Political opinions. Any person who ordered, incited, assisted, or otherwise participated in the persecution of any person on account of race, religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group, or political opinion, is not considered a refugee. There are several reasons that might make you eligible to apply for asylum or refugee status in the United States if you are suffering persecution.

 

If you are applying for immigration benefits like the asylum or refugee status, it is very important that you always tell the truth about your case. You should never lie to immigration representatives or immigration officers because due to immigration regulations lying to an immigration officer may cost you to lose all your immigration benefits, to be deported out of the country, and to be denied entry to the US in the future.

If you are eligible for asylum you may be permitted to stay or enter the United States temporarily while your application is in process. The applicant's spouse and unmarried children under 21 years old might also be eligible to obtain the asylum status. The process of applying for Asylum and the process to be accepted as a Refugee is not the same, but it is very similar. If you are approved as a refugee, you will receive support with a medical exam, cultural guidance, help with travel plans, and a loan to travel to the United States. After you enter the United States, you will be eligible to receive medical and cash assistance, along with other benefits.

 

Green Card

 

Individual who have been accepted as asylees or a refugees during a certain short period of time in the U.S. may be eligible to apply for the U.S. Green Card a


 

 

 

 

 

CLICK HERE to download an Information Package with Questions and Answers about Asylum and Refugee Application. Including access to Application Forms and Instructions.


Asylum and Refugee Frequently Asked Questions:

  • General Information about Asylum and Refugee status in the U.S.
  • How to apply for asylum and refugee status in the united states?
  • Political asylum
  • How to find, fill and file official visa application forms?
  • Are there any application fees?
  • Eligibility requirements and instructions
  • Visa for spouse and children
  • Can I apply for a Green Card through the Asylum Refugee status?
  • Where to apply?
  • Who is eligible for the asylum refugee status?
  • Temporary Protected Status (TPS)
  • Access to Asylum and Refugee Immigration Application Forms and Instructions.
  • Contact Information for the USCIS offices in the U.S.
  • Contact Information for United States embassies and consulates abroad
  • Benefits and Limitations of Refugees and Asylum seekers
  • Who qualifies for Asylum in the United States
  • How to apply for refugee status in the United States
  • Asylum and Refugee quotas

 

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