A number of people seek US protection because of suffered persecution or fear that they will suffer persecution due to race, religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group or political opinion. These determinations are made by an asylum officer after an applicant files an affirmative asylum application, is interviewed, and clears required security and background checks. If such people are eligible for asylum, they may be permitted to remain in the United States.
SKJ Juris has expertise in assisting US immigration attorneys in processing asylum cases for its end clients. SKJ Juris provides following support services to US immigration attorneys handling asylum cases for its end clients:
- Culling out background information as per published reports in Amnesty International, Refworld etc.
- Research and drafting of applicant’s Country of Origin Information as per RAT’s Submissions.
- Application for Asylum and for withholding of Removal Applicant in Form I-589.
- Preparation of Credible Fear packet of Applicant.