Generally, there's a one year requirement to file for asylum after entering the country. However, you are correct, there is an exception to the one year requirement, if there' a change in country conditions, such as a revolution that you are referencing. Therefore, you should consult with experienced immigration attorney about your case.
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There are some narrow exceptions to the one year rule.
You need to retain an experienced immigration lawyer, whether myself or one of my colleagues, to review all the facts, advise you, and handle the case.
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There are some exceptions and somethign called witholding that has a higher standard contact a lawyer Asylum or witholding are not things to try and get yourself.
There are exceptions to the one year deadline for changed country conditions. If you are thinking of applying for asylum you need to retain an attorney. 87% of asylum applications filed without an attorney are denied. My firm handles asylum in NYC.
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