Breanna Cary is an attorney licensed in Oklahoma who graduated summa cum laude with her Juris Doctor from Oklahoma City University School of Law. She serves on AILA’s Distance Learning Committee and as the Board of Publications’ vice-chair. She devotes her practice to representing resettled refugees in immigration matters and asylum-seekers. She has published multiple immigration-related articles and is a frequent speaker on immigration law before legal and community groups.
Articles By Breanna Cary
Limited circumstances under which an applicant for asylum will be permitted to work in the United States.
You've been granted asylum status in the U.S. -- now how do you prove it to others?
Explanation of deportation (removal) and a step-by-step overview of what to expect in removal proceedings.
Asylum and refugee status are special legal protections under U.S. immigration law, available to people who have left their home country for their own safety and are afraid to return; but they are not available to people who are barred for any of various reasons, described here.
Asylum and refugee status are special legal protections available to people who have left their home country for their own safety and are afraid to return.
If you are eligible for both asylum and TPS, you might want to apply for both.
I expect to be ordered deported at my next hearing. What will happen then?
A step-by-step overview of writing an asylum declaration, or a written statement explaining why you are applying for asylum and meet the eligibility requirements.
Here's everything you need to know about the EAD Application (I-765) for people applying for asylum in the United States.
If you have filed an affirmative application for asylum in the U.S. (meaning one where you are in the U.S. but not in removal or deportation proceedings), when you are scheduled for an interview will depend on when you filed your application.