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Maria’s Testimony [Radio Show 5-16-20]

May 16, 2020 Familia America Podcasts

On this show, special guest Maria is sharing her experiences as Gloria Cardenas client.

What you will learn in this episode:

  • Gloria addresses rumors about filing for asylum
  • How the U.S. Border Patrol handles advance parole documents
  • Why it is important to have an attorney perform a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request

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Gloria addresses rumors about filing for asylum

There are rumors going around that you shouldn’t file for asylum because countries are going after people who file. This is not true. If you truly fear returning to your country, you can file an asylum application. 

If you truly fear returning to your country, then you shouldn’t worry that you’re going to get in trouble for asserting your rights.

How the U.S. Border Patrol handles advance parole documents

Most of the time, the U.S. Customs and Border patrol will honor the permission from advance parole documents to come back into the U.S.

However, there are situations where Customs and Border Patrol would either deny entry. For example, if you committed a serious crime in the U.S. 

Each port of entry makes the final decision on whether they will accept an advance parole.

Why it is important to have an attorney perform a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request

The team at Familia America have been getting more requests from clients  to perform a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request on their behalf. Many of their clients are worried about what might be in their immigration record. For example, parents may forget to tell the children that when they were babies, they were caught at the border and removed from the United States.

It is an inexpensive way to get peace of mind during the application process. 

Our team can help ensure your extension does not get denied by performing a Freedom of Information Act request on your behalf.  Click here to schedule a consultation.

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