My lawyer want me to settle my case and sign general release to its says that forever discharge from any matter.Basis of that employment insident I apply for asylum does it effect on my case?
I am not sure how FSLA relates to filing an asylum application, but if you need more information about asylum, see the Asylum Legal Guide below:See question
How to apply refugee visa on be off of my friend who lives in India,.. What are the procedure and where to apply for refugee visa
The practice of granting asylum to people fleeing persecution in foreign lands is one of the earliest hallmarks of civilization. References to it have been found in texts written 3,500 years ago, during the blossoming of the great early empires in the Middle East such as the Hittites, Babylonians, Assyrians and ancient Egyptians.
Over three millennia later, protecting refugees was made the core mandate of the UN refugee agency, which was set up to look after refugees, specifically those waiting to return home at the end of World War II.
The 1951 Refugee Convention spells out that a refugee is someone who "owing to a well-founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or political opinion, is outside the country of his nationality, and is unable to, or owing to such fear, is unwilling to avail himself of the protection of that country."
Since then, UNHCR has offered protection and assistance to tens of millions of refugees, finding durable solutions for many of them. Global migration patterns have become increasingly complex in modern times, involving not just refugees, but also millions of economic migrants. But refugees and migrants, even if they often travel in the same way, are fundamentally different, and for that reason are treated very differently under modern international law.
Migrants, especially economic migrants, choose to move in order to improve the future prospects of themselves and their families. Refugees have to move if they are to save their lives or preserve their freedom. They have no protection from their own state - indeed it is often their own government that is threatening to persecute them. If other countries do not let them in, and do not help them once they are in, then they may be condemning them to death - or to an intolerable life in the shadows, without sustenance and without rights.See question
I know is a complex topic and that this topic should be advised by a direct xonsultation. However, do you guys have any tips before a foreign applying for asylum? I am still under f1 visa on status on vacations in my country and have visitor b2 v...
You should maintain F-1 student status when you apply for asylum. Should your application be denied, you will still be in status. For more tips, see our Asylum Legal Guide below:See question
My asylum was granted 10 months ago. I know for sure that I can apply for Green Card after a year from approval date. However, i have came across rumors that one can apply 30 days before the 1 year mark. Example, my asylum was granted in January 1...
You must be physically present in the US for 12 months before you can apply.See question
let's say a married man, applying for asylum can apply for a work permit 150 days after the application is submitted. More than 150 days have past and he already has the work permit. The interview is not up yet. He gets married and includes his ne...
She must wait for 150 days after the amended asylum application was filed.See question
I just received notification from Homeland Security saying that they received my I-589 complete form and i can remain in the US until my asylum application is decided. Now i want to know the next steps in order to get a drivers license and ID a...
Once you have waited 150 days after submitting your asylum application, you can apply for an EAD work permit. You can take the work permit into your local Social Security Administration office and apply for a social security number. Drivers license laws vary from state to state. Inquire at the Florida Department of Motor Vehicles.See question
I came to USA at 25 August 2013 with F1 visa.Then I lost my F1 status at 4th may 2014.Then I applied for political asylum at August 2014.I attended to a interview in asylum office almost one year ago.but I didn't get any result yet.but I got work ...
Wait until your wife becomes a US citizen for her to sponsor you for a green card.See question
in my mind now ms aggie hoffman , is there any other recommendation or idea , i want to be on the right direction
There are many websites which attempt to rate attorneys. Please see below:See question
Hi I am a current F-1 student seeking to apply for asylum with pending court proceedings for Dui, leaving after colliding-property damage charges. Can I file for asylum now while my criminal case is still pending. Are my charges those that will de...
Unless you are convicted of a "particularly serious crime", you will not be disqualified for applying for asylum. Schedule consultations with both criminal and immigration attorneys, and please see below:See question
I applied for asylum last year and had my interview last year and my case has been pending since then. I am currently in valid F1 status (I filed affirmatively) and I will be graduating next month, December 2015. I was at the Arlington asylum offi...
It would be a wise choice for you not to work on your asylum EAD, but to apply for OPT. That way, should your asylum application be denied, you will not be placed under removal proceedings. Please see below:See question