Those immigrants seeking asylum in the United States may be able to receive protection from our government. F&D assists clients seeking asylum for various reasons through a number of avenues, including:
F&D prepares detailed applications for refugees and those fleeing persecution with the expert attention and care these petitions require. All cases are kept confidential but forcefully argued and pushed with the government.
We will accompany you and effectively represent you and this administrative hearing with the goal of approving your application for asylum, in advance of court proceedings.
F&D’s attorneys will be with you at every step of the way for every court hearing. Court proceedings may last for a number of years, but rest assured you will feel secure throughout the entire process.
BIAs are appeals processed at the Board of Immigration Appeals. Cases are assessed by our senior attorneys only for the strongest available appellate arguments. F&D also offers additional case processing and counseling.
9th Circuit Appeal
These appeals are processed at the United States Court of Appeals. Cases are assessed by our senior attorneys only for the strongest available appellate arguments. F&D also offers additional case processing and counseling.
SJIS – Under 21 Minor Special Status & TVPRA – Under 18 Minor Asylum Application
Asylum applicants who are under 21 years of age may qualify for SJIS or TVPRA status, which also offers protection for those facing removal from the United States. Please schedule an office appointment to discuss with one of F&D’s immigration specialists.
I-730 Petition for Family Member
This application form is utilized to process close family members of asylum granted refugees. The application usually processes in 6-12 months after the date of the initial asylum applicant’s approval.
I-131 Refugee Travel Passport
This type of application is readily available to those asylum applicants given refugee status either at the asylum office or at Immigration Court. It gives people the ability to travel any place in the world via a United States government-issued and sealed travel passport. Once your asylum has been approved, there is no need to travel on your own country’s passport.