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If you  have suffered persecution or fear that they will suffer persecution in your home country due to a protected social group, you may apply for asylum by filing form I-589 with USCIS. You must apply for asylum within one-year of your last entry into the United States, or if you qualify for an exception to the one-year filing deadline. The following are a list of protected grounds:

  • Race
  • Religion
  • Nationality
  • Membership in a particular social group
  • Political opinion

Asylum Process

Prepare I-589 Form
File to corresponding agency
Interview at the corresponding consulate
Final response from corresponding agency

ILOHB cares:

  • ILOHB was the first law firm to win an asylum claim for a deaf individual.
  • ILOHB values families, thus we work to assure that spouses and unmarried children under 21 years of age be included as beneficiaries of your asylum application
  • Working permission is granted to applicants whose application has been pending with USCIS for a minimum of 180 days.
  • You may adjust your status into a green card after you’ve been an asylee for a period of one year.
  • If your asylum application is not granted by an asylum officer, you may re-apply for asylum status before an immigration judge
  • ILOHB builds a professional and courteous team of attorney’s, legal assistants, and professionals to aid in your immigration process

Our Professionals


Hadley Bajramovic

CEO, Attorney at Law
Tennesse Bar #025245
951-588-9838 ext. 801

Laura Galindo

Humanitarian/DACA & Naturalization Department Manager
951-588-9838 ext. 806

Grace Garcia

Legal Assistant
951-588-9838 ext. 805


Our Office
Hadley Bajramovic, PC
5225 Canyon Crest Drive, Suite 450
Riverside, CA 92507