Law Office of Martín O'Hara


To qualify for asylum, an individual generally must prove that they have a fear of persecution in their home country due to their race, religion, nationality political opinion, or membership in a particular social group. Because the facts of each asylum case are different and each applicant has their own story to tell, we believe it is crucial to work closely with our clients so that we can present all available evidence and make the strongest case possible.

We have extensive knowledge and experience preparing and filing asylum cases with USCIS Asylum Office and with the Immigration Court. We take pride in representing those who have suffered persecution in their home countries and are seeking protection in the United States.