Asylum Ban

Under President Trump’s Asylum Ban, anyone who entered the United States through Mexico on or after July 16, 2019 is ineligible for Asylum. To be eligible, they must first apply for Asylum in Mexico and received a denial. This means that the majority of Non-Mexicans, including those individuals from China smuggled through the Southern Border, are now ineligible for Asylum. Instead, they must now apply for Withholding of Removal under the Convention Against Torture. The differences between Asylum and Withholding of Removal are vast. Notably, Withholding of Removal does not lead to a Green Card. The President’s Asylum Ban is presently in full force and effect. See 8 C.F.R. § 208.13(c)(4) and 8 C.F.R. § 208.30(e)(5).

If you are currently in Removal Proceedings or are planning to apply for Asylum or Withholding of Removal, please contact an attorney for legal assistance. I have rich experience in immigration law and I have had many successful cases in the past. I am confident that I can provide you with the most favorable outcome. I will be on your side throughout the process. Contact me today to get your customized solutions and schedule a free initial consultation!

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