It is difficult, but possible to obtain asylum for parents of a mistreated child in the absence of some sort of political opinion or well defined and visible particular social group. You need to consult with a highly experienced immigration attorney with success in representing Belorussian asylum cases. Good luck!
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It is very difficult to give a meaningful answer without more facts. Do you mean to say that because you turned to the US for treatment, you were viewed as being disrespectful of Belarus? Or do you mean to say that your son needs asylum because he might be treated badly in Belarus because of his medical condition? You should talk to an immigration attorney that handles asylum cases and discuss all the facts of the case. Please do not delay,
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Everything is possible It is even possible to become an astronaut if that is what one wants. On the issue of asylum you need to be legible to be granted. I am not prepared to render an opinion on your eligibility on a public blog. It would neither be prudent nor productive. It would also present a mis-service to you given the complexity of the asylum question. Hire an immigration attorney and have this conversation in the privacy of the attorney's office, not under the prying eyes of the entire world on this or any other public forum.
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It is impossible to say whether you are eligible for asylum based on the limited information you have provided. When I meet with a potential client to discuss the possibility of asylum, it frequently takes two hours or more to obtain all the relevant facts necessary to give them my opinion, because asylum law is extremely complex and little details, dates, etc., matter quite a bit. Avvo is not a substitute for individual legal advice. If you want to have any chance at all, hire an experienced immigration lawyer (not a notary, immigration consultant or someone's friend who says they "do asylum.")
Answers provided by Ksenia Maiorova, Esq. on Avvo.com are of a general nature and do not constitute legal advice.