I just got Final denial of asylum from US department of Homeland Security, is it better to send the motion to reopen ( i have new evidences) or is it easier to re-appy for asylum I just got out of status 7 days after the final denial.Thank you
Need more facts. Asylum cases are very complicated. I suggest that you retain an experienced immigration attorney.
Guerra Saenz, PL--Immigration Attorneys (954) 434-5800. This answer is of a general nature and should not be relied upon as final, nor is it intended as legal advice.
You could file the motion to reopen based on the new facts. Now that you are out of status DHS could refer your matter to the immigration court. You will need an attorney to help.
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Mr. Murphy is correct, you can file the motion. But, most likely you'll be 'selling' your case to an Immigration Judge.
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Generally speaking, the denial of asylum will result in issuance of a NTA and initiation of removal proceedings. What is best in your case will depend upon the facts of your case. Consult with an experienced immigration attorney who can review your case and recommend a course of action.
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I agree with my fellow attorneys. Denial of an application for asylum will probably lead to you being placed in deportation (removal) proceedings before the immigration court. Once in proceedings you may renew your application as a form of relief from deportation. Asylum cases are complex in nature. I highly recommend you hire an attorney experienced in immigration litigation.
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