Asylum & Deportation Attorney, Law Offices of Marina Shepelsky, P.C.'s
skilled and experienced immigration attorneys will analyze your case,
prepare your case with precision, and file all required forms and
supporting documents for foreign nationals in conditional permanent
resident status applying for removal of conditions.
Asylum is a form of protection that allows individuals who are
physically inside the U.S. to remain here legally and receive
permanent residence if they meet the definition of a refugee. The
asylum applicant could be inside the U.S. or seeking entry into the
U.S. at a port of entry.
This type of protection was created for foreign nationals who have a
real fear of returning to their home country because of having
experienced past persecution at home due to their race, religion,
nationality, membership in a particular social group, or political
To apply for Asylum, Withholding of Removal and Relief Under
Convention Against Torture (“CAT”), the applicant must file the Asylum
Application – USCIS Form I-589.
The Asylum Application (Form I-589) should be filed with USCIS before
the one year anniversary of the asylum seeker's entry into the U.S.
and should be thoroughly supported by documents, evidence and
testimony regarding the persecution experienced by the applicant.
There is no USCIS fee for the asylum application. Call us today for