Immigration

Ellis_Island_in_1905[1]Buckles Law assists individuals seeking to obtain asylum in the United States in affirmative asylum proceedings before the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and represents individuals in defensive asylum proceedings with the Executive Office for Immigration Review. An individual may be eligible for asylum if that person is: in the United States, is not subject to one of the bars to a grant of asylum, and qualifies as a refugee who is unable or unwilling to return to their country of nationality (or last habitual residence in the case of a person having no nationality) because of persecution, or a well-founded fear of persecution, on account of: a) race; b) religion; c) nationality; d) membership in a particular social group; or e) political opinion. Persons seeking asylum must establish that one of the five categories listed above was or will be at least one central reason for their persecution or is at least one central reason for why they fear persecution. Contact attorney Mark Buckles to schedule an appointment for an initial consultation.

Tel. (407) 562-1989
Fax (407) 562-2001
 
Immigration Case Manager – Victor Deyev, M.B.A., M.I.S.

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