Applying for asylum protection can be difficult but it doesn’t have to be. Statistical studies suggest the odds of winning asylum are five times higher if the person applying has a good attorney. In FY 2017, 90 percent of applicants without an attorney were denied, while almost half of those with representation were successful in receiving asylum. In 2017, 90% of applicants without an attorney were denied, while 50% of those with an attorney were successful.
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President Trump has just changed the asylum applicant work permit rule. All applicants must wait 365 days after receipt of their applications before being allowed to apply. However, this rule may revert back to 180 days depending on the upcoming presidential election.
Each prospective client wants to know what their chances of winning asylum are. However, there is no magic formula or number which may be given. With that being said, our attorneys will be as honest as possible about your chances. Each asylum case is unique and there are a variety of factors which may help you win asylum. Some of these factors include the circumstances or facts of your particular case, the conditions in the country you fear return, and whether or not you have strong evidence or come across as credible or truthful on the day of your asylum interview.
One year after being granted asylum, an asylee is eligible to apply for adjustment of status with USCIS to become a lawful permanent resident. The fact that an asylee is eligible to apply for adjustment of status after one year does not mean that he is required to do so. Asylum status does not expire, and an asylee can continue in that status indefinitely. However, remaining in asylum status means that an asylee will not be able to enjoy the various benefits of being a lawful permanent resident nor will the person begin to accrue the years as a permanent resident necessary to be eligible for naturalization.