On April 27, 2009, an immigration judge granted asylum to a client our office represented after a merit hearing in the immigration court.
This case involves a young man from an Asian country. To flee persecution from his country because of his Christian belief, our client had no choice but to come to the US. As he attended activities of unregistered church in his country, he was detained and was wanted by the authorities of his country. He is afraid that if he returns to his country, he will experience further persecution because of his religious practice and belief.
At entering the US, our client was arrested by the BICE, and then released with a bond set by an immigration court. Upon his release, he came to us for his asylum petition to the immigration court. His case remain in the San Antonio immigration court. In the trial, Attorney Stewart Lin thoroughly questioned our client to let him present in detail what he experienced back home, and why he fears to return home. After the trial, the presiding judge was convinced that our client is a baptized Christian, and agreed that our client does have reasonable fear for future persecution and hence granted asylum to our client.
Attorneys at Lin & Valdez have represented hundreds of aliens in all kinds of proceedings in immigration court. We represent clients in all immigration courts of Texas, and Louisiana. We also represent clients in immigration courts in Michigan, California, etc. For bonding, removal, or relief seeking in the immigration court, please contact us immediately. As we have always said, the help you need is just a click away!