SUCCESS STORIES: Asylum Approval for Gender-based Violence in Burkina Faso

  ShonEjai.  Pixabay

ShonEjai. Pixabay

We recently received an asylum approval for a client from Burkina Faso with a gender-based violence claim from the Newark Asylum Office.

Asylum law is complicated and having an attorney represent you through the process can increase your chances of an approval. This is especially important since the USCIS has changed how it processes cases and is now scheduling new applications first—this means that you will likely be scheduled for an interview within 6 weeks of submitting an asylum application and so you need to submit as strong of an application as possible from the beginning. For more information about what the scheduling change means, please read our post about it.

We want to help you win your asylum claim and get the protection that you came here for. Please contact us for a consultation. Follow us on InstagramTwitterFacebookLinkedIn and Tumblr, for up-to-date immigration news. Please note that past results do not guarantee future outcomes. 


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