Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Glickman Turley Wins Asylum for Salvadoran Woman

El Sunza, El Salvador. Photo credit @flamencoh on pixabay.
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Last week, Glickman Turley attorneys Miryam Cissero and Stephanie Marzouk successfully advocated for a client's asylum petition. The client fled severe domestic violence in her home country of El Salvador. After she left the country, her sibling was killed in a violent attack by gang members. The client had great difficulty discussing the trauma she experienced, but over time she was able to tell her story.

If you are afraid to return to your home country because you will be in danger based on your political beliefs, sexual orientation, religion, or ethnicity, please contact us today to see if we are able to help you apply for asylum in the United States.

*Name changed to protect client's identity. Representative case results are provided as an example only, and do not guarantee or imply the same or similar results for other cases, which are evaluated on their individual merits. The content of this website should not be relied upon or used as a substitute for consultation with legal advisors about your particular legal issue.