We know that staying in the country is one of the most important things to you, which means it's important for us. Our Iowa immigration attorneys have the skill and experience to use ever available avenue to keep you in the country with your family, for your job and your life. We will fight to help you receive your asylum, your green card and your citizenship.
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We discuss requirements for applying for Asylum in the U.S. and which factors can help overcome statutory deficiencies. We also discuss the difference between Affirmative Asylum and Defensive Asylum. Asylum can be based on a reasonable fear of persecution for one of the following reasons; race, religion, nationality, or member in a particular social group. Some newer asylums that have been recently approved in courts include; LGBT, Syrian civil war, bride kidnapping, and former Soviet Union countries.
In this article our Iowa family based visa attorneys discuss the asylum process and Defensive Asylum, which is a process to apply for asylum that defends against deportation. Individuals can apply for asylum into the country due to being a persecuted person in their home country.
In this Learn About Law episode, family visa attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the Supreme Court's decision to lift the injunction on the Travel Ban and what was changed in the newest presidential order.
The travel ban, instated by President Trump, prevented individuals from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria,Yemen, and Iraq from entering the United States for 90 days. Our Iowa family visa attorneys explain further details about the ban and circumstances surrounding why someone would be banned.
We explain the changes to Immigration Form I-130, the Petition for Alien Relatives to enter the United States; how to prepare and file a petition for alien relative, and the form I-130 review process.
Immigration Form I-130 is the first step to obtaining a family-based visa. In this article, our Iowa attorneys discuss how to prepare and file the Petition for Alien Relatives along with the review and approval process so you have a better understanding of the steps involved and what you need to be prepared for.