• Affirmative Asylum cases before the asylum office
  • Defensive asylum and withholding of removal cases before the Immigration Court
  • Cases involving the Convention Against Torture before the Immigration Court
  • Derivative Asylum Petitions to bring over family members
  • U-Visas for victims of violent crimes who help the police
  • Special Immigrant Juvenile Visas for abused, abandoned or neglected children
  • T-Visas for victims of human trafficking
  • VAWA (Violence Against Women Act) cases who victims of domestic violence

The world can be a cruel place, but, through select immigration laws, the United States provides refuge to immigrants who come to this country fleeing domestic violence, organized crime, gang violence, government corruption or other forms of persecution.  At Brown Law, we have represented hundreds of asylum seekers and other refugees and have years of experience working with crime victims, domestic violence victims and abused and abandoned children seeking refuge in the United States.  We know the quality of evidence needed to win victim based cases, and, starting with your first consultation, we will always keep you apprised of the status of your case and what is needed to move forward.  We understand that as a victim, your life is on the line, which is why we assist our clients in obtaining international reports, country conditions experts and psychological evaluations to create the strongest case possible.  We also take the anxiety and intimidation out of the process by preparing each client to testify in his or her case.