June 27, 2022

Green Card based on Asylum

Attorney Mooradian's client, an asylee who faced religious persecution in the Middle East, recently became a permanent resident of the United States.  The client had come to the U.S. nearly a decade ago for educational purposes.  After converting his religion to that of Christianity, the client realized that he would no longer be safe in his country of origin.  Therefore, he plead and won asylum before the USCIS asylum office. Several years later, he applied for and became a permanent resident of the United States.

Ready to get started?

Please reach out to our office with your legal question.


The information contained on this website is for advertisement purposes only.  Any information contained here should be verified by a licensed attorney in your jurisdiction.

No communications on or through this website, including the submission of a message or request form, creates any attorney-client relationship. Please do not send confidential information through this website, as such information cannot be guaranteed to remain privileged.  Although we will never sell or distribute your information submitted through this site, please do not provide detailed information as it could be inadvertently or illegally intercepted by a third party.