If You Have Suffered Or May Suffer Torture, The United States May Offer Protection
If you have suffered torture or have a reason to fear torture in your country, then you may have more options to obtain legal status than just asylum. You may qualify for a special form of legal protection in the United States if you can prove that you have a credible fear of torture in your home country.
Gathering evidence of the threats against you is a job for an experienced immigration attorney. At the Law Office of Troy J Mattes, P.C., our lawyers are skilled at maximizing all available forms of protection of our clients.
Seek Protection Through The United Nations Convention Against Torture
As you prepare to apply for asylum in the United States, you should also make sure that you are taking advantage of every other opportunity to secure protection through all available immigration solutions. Protection under the United Nations Convention Against Torture (CAT) offers hope for many who might not qualify for asylum.
For help applying for CAT protection along with asylum and the withholding of removal, turn to one of our trusted immigration law attorneys.
Meet With An Immigration Attorney
At the Law Office of Troy J Mattes, P.C., in Pennsylvania, you can work with lawyers who have helped many people to obtain all forms of legal protection that they qualified for.