Asylum Attorney in Philadelphia
The attorneys and staff at The Law Offices of Greg Prosmushkin, P.C. pride themselves on being part of a diverse, multicultural, and multilingual firm. Our Philadelphia Immigration Lawyers assist our clients in filing and presenting applications for political asylum, withholding of removal, and protection under the Convention Against Torture.
We represent our clients before the United States Immigration Court or with the Department of Homeland Security, Citizenship, and Immigrant Services (U.S.C.I.S.).
Our immigration lawyers keep up to date with the latest information regarding the oppressive regimes and dangerous conditions immigrants face returning to their native countries. We help our clients document dangerous country conditions and arrange for expert witnesses to testify when necessary and appropriate.
Common Reasons for Applying for Political Asylum Include the:
- Past persecution or a well-founded fear of future persecution based upon race, religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group, and/or political opinion;
- Facing the threat of unjust imprisonment and/or torture;
- Danger from gang activity; and
- Risk to family members due to laws on childbearing and other specific restrictions
The first step in securing political asylum is for the client to find an immigration lawyer. Attorneys of The Law Offices of Greg Prosmushkin, P.C. have helped refugees from former Soviet Bloc countries, African countries, and various parts of Asia and Latin America. We recognize that clients seeking political asylum often fear being forced to return to their native countries.
It is critical to have an attorney who can document the danger and explain the basis for the client’s fear when presenting the case to a United States Immigration Judge or an Asylum Officer with the Department of Homeland Security.
Contact The Law Offices of Greg Prosmushkin, P.C. online or call: 215-673-7733. Our team of attorneys is committed to providing our clients the peace of mind they deserve so they can safely and securely begin their lives in the United States.