Asylum

New Haven and Danbury, Connecticut Asylum Lawyers

Asylum and related statuses like withholding of removal and protection under the Convention Against Torture are available to individuals who have suffered persecution or torture in their home countries or who fear they would be persecuted upon return to their countries. while these are very challenging applications, at the Law Office of Michael Boyle our attorneys are skilled in helping asylum applicants properly document a history of persecution to support their case.

Temporary Protected Status
If you have suffered a natural disaster in your country or you have been displaced, you may be able to obtain Temporary Protected Status (TPS). You will be protected from removal so long as the dangerous conditions within your country exist.

Our attorneys are dedicated to protecting the rights of citizens faced with persecution and civil conflicts. Contact us today to seek asylum status for yourself or a loved one.

Throughout the process we will remain dedicated to your needs. Our attorneys are sensitive to the social and cultural difficulties you may face in leaving your own country and coming to the United States. From the initiation of your case through its final resolution, you can trust that our attorneys will do everything necessary to protect your rights.

U.N. Convention Against Torture
The U.N. Convention Against Torture in an instrument of the United Nations that aims to prevent torture around the world and protect human rights. This law can provide protection for those who legitimately fear torture, but who do not qualify for asylum.

Contact the Law Office of Michael Boyle today to schedule an initial consultation with an experienced immigration lawyer. We serve clients in Greater New Haven, Danbury, and throughout Connecticut.

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