I am a Shia Muslim and I am very active religiously as I have long been raising voice against Shia killings in my country as well as spreading awareness for the rights of Shias.
The reason I don't have any police report for the same, because when I approached the police station which had the jurisdiction where the incident occurred, they didn't agree on registering a police case (FIR, First Information Report) for that.
I have arranged testimonials from actual witnesses, my close friends, neighbors, colleagues and religious leaders/personalities, which document that I was subjected to severe persecution.
Besides, the above testimonies and affidavits, I have the country reports and DOS reports on religious freedom in my country confirming the same effect.Moreover, the Police, Law enforcement agencies and Judiciary in my country are complicit in the evil acts of the terrorists and jihaadi salafi Islam-fascist groups against Shia Muslims. They acquit these terrorists, let them kill Shias freely, and don't arrest the openly roaming jihadi terrorists. In these circumstances (as documented in different evidential news reports and articles) how could I have got my case registered with police which is the first step to reach the system of justice in my country. What other evidences would be beneficial in my case?
Tough case ... meet in private with an immigration attorney.
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It's best if you meet with a lawyer to discuss your case. Asylum cases are difficult to win, but with preparation it's possible. It's especially true so after Real ID act that requires that an applicant collaborate his/her story with credible testimony and evidence where possible, or explain why such evidence is not available.
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The Immigration Court in Buffalo is very conservative and has a high denial rate for Asylum seekers. Speak with an attorney who had experience practicing in the Court in Buffalo.
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