Preliminary Document Checklist for LGBTQ Asylum Seekers in the U.S.

Applying for LGBTQ asylum can be a long and confusing experience. While applying for asylum, you may be asked to provide documentation to support your identity and asylum claim. AsylumConnect has created a preliminary list of these documents. Read on to learn more about what documents you may require to seek LGBTQ asylum.

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A Guide to Washington D.C. for LGBTQ Asylum Seekers

AsylumConnect has created a helpful and handy guide for LGBTQ asylum seekers in Washington D.C. We’ve compiled the most important and up-to-date information for new Washingtonians. Read on to learn more about transportation, local laws, and state resources for LGBTQ asylum seekers in Washington D.C. Welcome to Washington D.C.!

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Seeking Legal Assistance for Filing your LGBTQ Asylum Application

If you’re an LGBTQ asylum seeker in the U.S., it can be difficult to know how to start your asylum application. Finding and working with a good asylum attorney is crucial for receiving asylum. AsylumConnect has put together a guide to help you chose the best asylum attorney for your individual needs. Read on to learn how to make the most of your asylum application while working with an asylum attorney.

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AsylumConnect Expands Legal Offerings on Catalog

With existing conditions under the current administration, more and more asylum seekers are facing detention and deportation in the United States. In response, AsylumConnect has expanded its resource catalog’s legal offerings beyond asylum application to include guidance on detention and deportation to enable LGBTQ asylum seekers to connect with legal aid – particularly pro bono support – as easily and quickly as possible. 

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