North Carolina Attorneys Assist Persecution Victims Seeking Asylum
Lawyers in the Apex area strive to save individuals and families with relocation to the United States
At the Law Office of Lopez-Cobb and Ordoubadi, we can provide necessary aid to individuals and families seeking residency within the United States to avoid persecution in their native lands. Our attorneys draw on extensive experience to help you gather the evidence necessary to make a strong showing that asylum should be granted.
Laws governing asylum change on a weekly basis. We remain informed on any significant changes in the laws which will affect your claims to asylum
To qualify for asylum, you must show that you have been persecuted, or that you fear persecution in your home country based on:
- Race, Religion, National Origin, Political Opinion or Membership in a Particular Social Group
If you are here in the United States but there have been significant changes in your home country, such that you fear persecution upon returning, you may be eligible for asylum, as well.
For those who meet these requirements, the Law Office of Lopez-Cobb and Ordoubadi provides diligent representation to help them seek safety in the United States from mistreatment in their homeland.
Determined lawyers advocate for prospective asylees
Even when evidence of brutal persecution and suffering exists, obtaining asylum within the United States is a long and complex process. Our skilled attorneys will handle the technical requirements as well as the investigation to help prove that your fears are well founded. We will present your strongest possible case before the immigration judge or officer and work relentlessly to help you win asylum and eventually receive permanent resident status.
Contact our North Carolina law firm for advice on seeking asylum
If residence in another country poses a threat to you or someone you know, the Law Office of Lopez-Cobb and Ordoubadi can evaluate your situation immediately and discuss the available options. Call our Apex office at 919-307-1674 or contact us online to schedule a consultation.