Former Asylum Officer having served nearly 10 years inside U.S. Immigration.
The firm’s Managing Asylum Attorney, Margaret Miller, is a former Asylum Officer of the U.S. Immigration Asylum Office. She has personally adjudicated/decided over 7000 asylum cases for the US Immigration Service (INS, now CIS). Asylum Lawyer Margaret Miller has extensive knowledge in the handling of asylum cases. Asylum is available to individuals and families who can demonstrate that they have suffered past persecution or that they have a reasonable fear of future persecution on account of their:
- Political opinion or
- Membership in a particular particular social group including FGM, forced marriage, and other sensitive cases.
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Helping You Seek Protection through Asylum
Asylum Attorney Margaret Miller is experienced in handling highly sensitive cases in a compassionate and confidential environment. Our firm’s success in obtaining asylum for countless individuals and families who are at risk is based on our attention to detail and thorough preparation of each individual asylum case. Asylum law is ever evolving and a confidential consultation is needed to determine the strength of an individual’s case. Call Asylum Lawyer Margaret Miller for a consultation today.
Asylum Attorney Margaret Miller represents clients in their asylum cases in the entire United States and in California including San Jose, San Francisco, Oakland, Fremont, Sacramento and all other cities and states.
Asylum Lawyer Margaret Miller is available to represent clients in asylum cases in all cities in California, Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming.
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What Type of Asylum Cases Have You Handled?
Our firm has handled many types of asylum cases including political activists and anti-government workers from China, Religious cases from the Muslim world and China, LGBT cases from Latin America, Eastern European (Russia, Armenia, Ukraine, Belarus) and many other countries. Cases of forced marriage and FGM from many African countries, Afghanistan, Pakistan and neighboring countries. We have also represented people in high-level government and international organizations such as members of Parliament, U.N. workers and NGO workers. We have represented pro-democracy activists from Asia, Eastern Europe, the Muslim world, all regions of Africa, and Latin America.
Ms. Miller has spent her entire career protecting the lives of people who are fleeing persecution. Because she has served as an Asylum Officer herself, for nearly 10 years, she understands how Asylum Officers view cases. With this knowledge, she can prepare you for the specific questions that will be asked of you during your asylum interview. She can also provide the Asylum Officer with the human rights reports which they can rely upon to grant a case.When the Asylum Officer has concerns about a case, she can address the issues right there, on the day of the interview and draw attention to testimony, human rights reports and other evidence which support your claim for asylum.
For many people, returning to their home country is not an option. The freedoms that we have in the United States (such as the freedom of speech and to be free from human rights abuses) do not exist in many countries. Each asylum case is different and must be analyzed during a private, confidential consultation.
There are time limitations on applying for asylum and some exceptions to these limitations. Do not delay in setting up a consultation about your asylum case.
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Which countries have you represented asylum clients from?Our law firm is available to represent asylum clients from all countries of the world including China, Hong Kong, Russia, Ukraine, Georgia, Belarus, Moldova, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Pakistan, Iraq, Iran, Yemen, Syria, Jordan, Turkey, Afghanistan, Algeria, East Africa, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Somalia, Djibouti, Sudan, Egypt, Libya, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Gabon, Malawi, Senegal, Uganda, Liberia, Congo, Burundi, Rwanda, Central Africa Republic, Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Brazil, Peru, Haiti, Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Chad, Ivory Coast, Cote de’ Ivoire, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Gambia, Malawi, Mali, Morocco, Niger, Senegal, Tanzania, Tunisia, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Burma and all other countries.
Rewarding feedback from our satisfied clients
I hired her and she has got me my very complicated Asylum Approved and she is very knowledgeable and extremely experienced and professional. She really did her best and got my case Approved and I would recommend her to everyone I know. Really thank you for your efforts.
Very kind lawyer!
Margaret represented me in my asylum case and I was granted very fast. She actually knew everything about asylum and got me ready for my interview. She spent a long time interviewing me and a lot of time getting reports about my country. She treats you like you are a real member of her family and it obvious that she cares. This is hard to find in a lawyer these days. If you care about your case and your life, hire this lawyer.
She’s very professional in her dealings and very kind!
I consulted attorney Margaret regarding my asylum case, she provided poignant answers that covered my concerns. She possesses a great deal of information about asylum since she was an officer herself. She very professional in her dealings and very kind!
Testimonials do not predict the outcome of any individual case. Asylum law is ever evolving and a confidential consultation is needed to determine the strength of an individual’s case