Helping those seeking Asylum understand Arizona’s laws.
There are many reasons why someone might seek asylum in the U.S. No matter the reason, seeking asylum is a complicated, emotional process. But you do not need to go through it alone. The Phoenix asylum lawyers at Diamondback Legal are well-versed and experienced in this aspect of immigration law. We can put this experience to work for you. We are driven to provide every client with the aggressive, detail-oriented legal representation that helps them feel confident and supported in court.
At Diamondback Legal, we pride ourselves on providing every client with compassionate advocacy. Our immigration lawyers know how asylum cases are handled. We also know how isolating it can feel to go through the process alone. We are always there for our clients, including after business hours and on weekends. We are also a bilingual immigration law firm; we are fluent in both English and Hebrew. When you work with our asylum lawyers in Phoenix, we put you first.
Filing an I-589 Form Application of Asylum & Withholding of Removal
If you and your family are seeking asylum in the U.S., it is recommended that you work with an experienced immigration lawyer when filing your petition. In addition to ensuring that your paperwork is filed correctly, an experienced lawyer can also provide you guidance throughout the complicated process. Individuals may seek asylum in the U.S. under several conditions, including when fleeing war in their home country or because they are part of a specific social group that is persecuted in their home country.
The decision to leave your home country and seek asylum in the U.S. is not an easy one. At Diamondback Legal, we know how stressful this process is for you. We can help you file your Application for Asylum and Withholding of Removal (Form I-589). From helping you prepare for your interview to guiding you as you apply for permanent resident status, our experienced asylum attorney in Phoenix is there for you.
Asylum seekers may be under threat of persecution as a result of their:
- Political affiliation
- Membership in certain social groups