Your Safety Is Important — Securing Asylum Status
You may wish to enter the country for a variety of reasons. Sometimes, it is because you are seeking protection. You could be trying to escape persecution in your home country. If you are trying to take asylum in the United States, our attorneys can help you during this difficult legal process. There are many steps to take, and the experienced and knowledgeable attorneys at DeCosmo Law know exactly what to do. We have helped thousands of immigrants across the region. Every case is different, and every client’s case must be handled and evaluated on its own merits.
In order to be granted asylum, you must file an application with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). You will then be interviewed by either an asylum officer or in an immigration court. This is where our attorneys can help.
We will effectively communicate why you are seeking the protection of the United States. We often work with Spanish-speaking clients and can translate everything for you, guiding you through every step of the process. Our goal is to have your application status approved.
Obtaining A U-Visa
A U-Visa is given to victims of a crime who are helping law enforcement. Its purpose is to protect noncitizens who have information on criminal activity. In order to qualify, you must have suffered physical or mental abuse as a result of a crime inside the United States. You must be helpful and cooperative with the investigating authorities, and potentially testify in court against the person or people who harmed you. It is possible that your spouse and children can receive a U-Visa if you are covered by one. DeCosmo Law understands the value of this and wants your family to remain together, especially during this difficult time.
Call Us Today For Help
Time is of utmost importance. Your life may be on the line, and one of our lawyers can guide you through the process and protect your rights. Contact our Camden office today for a consultation at 856-843-4012 or fill out our contact form. Se habla español.