Each year, tens of thousands of immigrants flock to the United States to avoid persecution or hardship. Many of these individuals are eligible to apply for asylum or refugee status. While the terms “asylum” and “refugee” are closely related, they have some distinct differences defined under U.S. … Read more about Asylum vs. Refugee Status in the U.S.
As the United States made its Supreme Court decision that made gay marriage the law of the land, it remains criminal in over 70 countries to be a lesbian, gay, bi-sexual or transgender. Many individuals flee their native country in pursuit of asylum for fear that they may loose their life. Work … Read more about LGBT Asylum Relief