The United States government grants Asylum to immigrants on a discretionary basis if it is determined that an applicant has suffered past persecution in their home country and has a “well-founded fear of persecution.” The asylum application is complex process that involves proving a strong, compelling case for asylum. The process involves appearing before an Immigration Officer authorized to investigate asylum applications, and in the case of rejected application, an appeals process to an immigration court could be involved.
Applying for asylum is not a guarantee that you will be allowed to stay in the United States. Each and every case for asylum is decided individually. Once an individual has been granted asylum, then that person can apply for permanent residency.


Ensure that your case for asylum is well crafted and prepared, contact Maynor Law Firm to assist you through the paperwork and asylum hearing.

Contact us at (910) 227-2177.

Maynor Law Firm has offices in Raleigh, NC and Red Springs, NC. We serve clients seeking U.S. Citizenship, Political or Religious Asylum, Temporary Protected Status (TPS), Visas, and other means to enter or remain in the United States.