Withholding Of Removal: Hope Beyond Asylum
As you look for a life of security in the United States, you may apply for withholding of removal at the same time that you apply for asylum. Proving your eligibility for withholding of removal can be easier than proving your eligibility for asylum. To maximize your opportunities to live and work in the U.S., partner with an immigration lawyer who will explore every option available to you.
At the Law Office of Troy J. Mattes, P.C., you have the chance to work with experienced, effective immigration law attorneys. With more than 25 combined years of experience, they provide a great variety of immigration solutions to many people, including assisting qualifying newcomers to the U.S in filing for withholding of removal.
Do You Qualify To Apply For Withholding Of Removal?
Withholding of removal is intended to help protect people from torture and the fear of persecution. You may be eligible for withholding of removal from the U.S. if you can demonstrate:
- The probability of future persecution in your country of origin
- More than a 50% likelihood of suffering persecution or torture if you were to return to your country
For the guidance and assistance that you need to file a successful application for withholding of removal along with your asylum application, work with an experienced immigration lawyer who will personalize the legal help that you receive. You will find such attorneys at Law Office of Troy J. Mattes, P.C.
Contact A Pennsylvania Immigration Lawyer
Every case at the Law Office of Troy J. Mattes, P.C., receives customized analysis. Our attorneys look at all facts and help clients develop promising approaches to applying for asylum and withholding of removal.