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Monday, July 22, 2013

Syria, China, Venezuela -- Reopen Asylum Even if Ordered Deported, Even if Other Motions Denied

     The Board of Immigration Appeals just ruled that foreign nationals can reopen their case EVEN IF THEY WERE ORDERED DEPORTED and EVEN if they filed other motions to reopen.  This was discussed in the case Matter of J-G-, available by clicking here.
      This is true so long as the situations in the homeland country have worsened.  For example, if a Syrian national had her asylum case denied as a member of a political party and the conditions in Syria have worsened for that party, she can reopen her case.  On second (or third or fourth) try, she might win asylum.
      Similarly, if the conditions in the country have worsened for someone of a particular religion (or non-religious secularism), the foreign national may reopen the case.
      Working with an immigration expert is extremely important because these reopened asylum cases are won based on the law and research.  There are no more court hearings or interviews.  This author is certified by the association of the attorneys of Florida as an immigration expert.
      To discuss the strategy for your asylum success, call the Weston law office of Blandon Law at (954) 385-0157.

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