Congratulations to AA and AK on being granted asylum in the U.S.

I will always remember this interview because I was supposed to leave the country two days before their interview. But I moved my flight to a few hours after the interview because I didn’t want to miss being there for them and representing them on a really important day, after months of working together.

I’m so happy they were granted asylum – these are two amazing, kind, and hardworking people and the US is lucky to have them.

If you fear returning to your country and are interested in learning about filing for asylum, contact us.


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