If you fled your home country because you have been persecuted in the past or fear being severely harmed in the future, you may be eligible for asylum. Asylum applications must be filed within one year of entry into the U.S. unless a statutory exception applies. Our office handles asylum applications based on a variety of grounds including religion, political opinion, gender-based violence, ethnicity, race, or sexual identity. We can assist with the following aspects of the asylum case: Form I-589 application preparation, assistance with gathering corroborating evidence, representation before USCIS and the courts, collaborating with expert witnesses, and reasonable fear and credible fear interviews.