Winning and Experienced – Hire the Best Denver Asylum Lawyer
Do you want to seek asylum in the United States? Talk to an experienced Denver asylum lawyer today.
An immigrant may generally be eligible to apply for refugee status or asylum in the United States if he or she has been persecuted or fears persecution on account of race, nationality, religion, political opinion and/or membership in a particular social group.
We can represent you in filing the asylum application, preparing for the asylum interview, and we will attend the asylum interview with you to help protect your rights. Denver asylum lawyer Michael J. McCarroll personally handles every asylum case, and takes the time necessary to make sure that the case is well-documented and well-prepared for the best chances of success.
DENVER ASYLUM LAWYER WINS WITHHOLDING OF REMOVAL & CONVENTION AGAINST TORTURE (CAT) RELIEF
If you have been convicted of a particularly serious crime or do not qualify for asylum for another reason such as a prior deportation order, contact us to speak with an experienced Denver asylum lawyer. There may be other relief available to you. We have won withholding of removal, and have handled many refugee based cases for immigrants who were precluded from asylum for serious criminal convictions. We also defend our clients’ rights under the UN Convention Against Torture (“CAT”) and generally, as a matter of course, develop CAT claims for all of our clients who are seeking refugee status defensively in removal proceedings.
We have experience representing asylum seekers and refugees from many countries throughout the world, including the following:
ALGERIA, BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA, BURKINA FASO, CAMEROON, CHINA, DJIBOUTI, EL SALVADOR, ERITREA, HAITI, INDIA, IRAN, IRAQ, JAMAICA, LIBERIA, LIBYA, MEXICO, RUSSIA, SOMALIA, SYRIA, UKRAINE, UZBEKISTAN, ZIMBABWE
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Our Denver asylum lawyer has extensive experience dealing with all aspects of US asylum and refugee law, and has represented numerous individuals in various procedural postures within the US immigration system, including “arriving aliens” (immigrants captured after entry to the US and who turn themselves in at the border) and immigrants previously removed in “reasonable fear” and “credible fear” interviews with USCIS, individuals who apply for asylum after entry to the United States in a non-detained setting and outside of removal proceedings, and the unlucky souls who find themselves in removal (deportation) proceedings and who must apply for asylum, withholding of removal and Convention Against Torture (CAT) relief to avoid being expelled from the United States.