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If you are physically in the U.S. and fear persecution in your native country, you may be eligible to apply for asylum. Eligibility requirements include:

  • You must be physically present in the U.S. or a port of entry.
  • You must have experienced persecution or have a legitimate fear of persecution in your home country. The persecution must be based on race, religion, nationality, political opinion or membership in a particular social group.
  • You must not be a danger to society.
  • You have to file within a year of coming to the U.S.

Persecution can take many forms and often involves threats, torture, unfounded imprisonment and denial of basic human rights.

If you are seeking asylum in the U.S., attorney Williams is here to stand up for your rights and guide you through the legal process. He is a strong advocate for victims of persecution from throughout the world who are seeking safety in the United States.

The Benefits Of Asylum

If you are granted asylum, you will be authorized to:

  • Work in the United States
  • Apply for a Social Security card
  • Request derivative asylum status for your spouse and children
  • Apply for a green card (after one year)

Contact Our Florida Asylum Lawyer

If you face persecution in your native country and are seeking asylum in the U.S., Williams is here for you. He represents asylum seekers from all over the world, including Syria, Egypt and throughout the Middle East. him online or by telephone to arrange a consultation.