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Seeking Asylum: How to Write Your Story

Are you seeking safety in the U.S. and planning to ask for Asylum at the US/Mexican Border? If you fear harm in your country, you may ask for asylum.

Here’s how to show fear of future harm:

  1. Explain why you can’t return. What dangers do you face?
  2. Tell us if you or your family were harmed before.
  3. Share threats against you. Keep messages or letters.
  4. Describe dangers for people like you in your country.
  5. Use reports or news showing these dangers.
  6. Use medical records and psychologist records to show any treatment for trauma and fears related to your asylum case.
  7. Hire a lawyer in the U.S. who specializes in Asylum to help you.
  8. Get a guarantor/sponsor to minimize your chances of staying in ICE Detention.

Telling your asylum-seeking story is important. Speak from the heart. We can help make it clear.

Telling your asylum-seeking story is crucial for demonstrating your credible fear of persecution and securing protection in the United States. Speak from the heart and share the dangers and threats you face in your home country, as well as any past harm experienced by you or your family.

Our team at Shepelsky Law Group understands the importance of articulating your fears and experiences clearly to strengthen your case when seeking asylum. With our expertise and compassionate support, we can help you navigate the complexities of the asylum process and advocate for your safety and well-being at the US/Mexican border.

Need guidance? Our asylum specialist lawyers are here. At Shepelsky Law Group, we speak your language and understand your fears. Contact us for caring support. Let’s work together for your safety.

At Shepelsky Law Group, we specialize in guiding individuals through the complex process of seeking asylum in the United States. Don’t hesitate to reach out to us.

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