Asylum

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The Refugee Act of 1980 provides for a basis to individuals to stay lawfully in the United States. The Refugee Act gives Officers the ability to grant Asylum to Individuals in the United States who cannot return to their Home Country because of persecution or a well founded fear of persecution. Chugh,LLP can assist you in preparing your case in a timely manner.

Convention against Torture

An individual who has been subject to torture as defined by the regulations is eligible to obtain relief if they are in exclusion, removal or deportation proceedings.

Normally, an individual applies for the Convention against Torture when they are applying for asylum.

For more information, please contact us at info@chugh.com

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