J-1 Visa Waivers: Claim of Persecution

Most people who are in the United States in J-1 status are required to return to their home country for two years before seeking further residence in the United States. Nevertheless, there are five situations in which this two-year home residency requirement can be waived. One of these situations is when you have a legitimate fear of persecution based on your race, religion, or political beliefs if you return to your home country.

2021-06-22T01:44:25-05:00Categories: Immigration Articles|Tags: , |

How to Prove Your Claim of Persecution in an Affirmative Asylum Application

To win your US asylum claim, you are going to have to prove that you were persecuted in your home country, or that you have a credible fear of persecution if you return. Furthermore, you must have been selected for persecution based on your race, religion, nationality, political views, or membership in a social group.

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