Attorney Steven Veinger is well aware that deportation can be a time-sensitive issue of utmost seriousness and is here to assist you.
To apply for withholding of removal, you must file Form I-589, Application for Asylum and for Withholding of Removal, along with any other documents indicated in the form. Upon filing the form, you will receive a receipt notice containing a fingerprint appointment and an interview notice. Decisions will be made within 180 days of the filing date.
Asylum is the granting of legal refuge to non-U.S. citizens. It can be granted to those who are either legally or illegally present or arriving in the U.S.
You are eligible to apply for asylum if you:
Possess a "well-founded fear" of persecution in your proposed country of deportation.
Under withholding of removal,
, an individual is protected by an absolute bar against a forced return to his or her home country. But in order to decide on withholding of removal, the immigration judge must first decide and deny political asylum.
Mr. Veinger has extensive experience in handling Asylum and Withholding of Removal
cases. He handles Asylum and Withholding of Removal cases in North Miami, Hollywood, Boca Raton, West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Aventura, Hollywood and most cities in Southeast Florida.
Generally, you must submit an application for political asylum
within one year of arriving in the United States. Thus it is important to act quickly and begin working with your lawyer on your asylum application as soon as possible.
If a year has already passed, it is wise to talk to an attorney anyway. Sometimes, it is still possible to submit a political asylum application if circumstances have changed, or if extraordinary circumstances kept you from filing within a year.
Steven Veinger offers a free consultation to all potential clients. Call now to set up a time to meet with Mr. Veinger.
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