This is an immigration question and needs to be redirected to an attorney with expertise in this area of the law. Do not go into that hearing without a lawyer.
This should be addressed to an immigration attorney and it would be much better to sit down with them and discuss it rather than posting online.
I edited your practice area of CRIMINAL DEFENSE to IMMIGRATION so more avvo lawyers might see your post and respond. You need an experienced immigration lawyer ASAP. Call several over the weekend and retain one to represent you ASAP. Use this site for avvo lawyers that practice immigration law in your area.
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It depends on the details of the situation. In order to get the best possible advice, you need to schedule a private consultation with an immigration attorney, who will listen to your situation and advise you whether or not you have a claim for asylum. Good Luck.
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I agree with my colleagues here. You need to consult an experienced immigration attorney. At Brandt immigration we have over 25 years combined experience successfully representing immigrants seeking to obtain asylum.
Chad M. Brandt
You are facing a very serious allegation and you absolutely need help from a very experienced immigration attorney now. Yes you can apply for asylum, but it may not be approved and you must meet high burdens of proof.
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