Santa Ana Asylum Attorney
Dedicated to Providing Compassionate Legal Assistance for Immigrants, Serving Orange County
Have you come to the United States because you are fleeing or in fear of persecution in your home country? The Law Offices of Sholeh Iravantchi is here to help you apply for asylum. We have extensive experience assisting foreign nationals with a variety of immigration legal matters, including those related to seeking asylum status.
To schedule a free consultation with our Santa Ana asylum lawyer, call (714) 874-9300 today.
Who Can Seek Asylum in the U.S.?
The first step in applying for asylum is finding out if you are eligible. Asylum status is a form of legal protection meant only for those who have fled their home country for their own safety and fear returning because of the persecution they may face. This persecution could involve threats, torture, violence, unlawful imprisonment, or the denial of fundamental human rights and freedoms.
Asylum is granted to individuals who have suffered or fear persecution based on one of five grounds, including:
- Political opinion
- Social membership
If you have experienced persecution based on any of these five grounds, you may be eligible for asylum status in the U.S. Our knowledgeable immigration lawyer can help you prepare an application and gather the necessary evidence to prove your claim.
The U.S. government does not charge a fee to apply, so there is nothing to lose. The way you entered the United States and your current immigration status also do not impede your ability to apply.
Get Qualified Legal Counsel Today
Determining eligibility and applying for asylum can be a complicated process. Begin by speaking with our experienced asylum attorney in Santa Ana. As an immigrant herself, Attorney Sholeh Iravantchi has an intimate knowledge of the challenges you are facing. She is ready to sit down with you and provide the personalized attention that you deserve.
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