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Attorney Silvia Manzanero Obtains Asylum Relief for Christian Syrian in Removal Proceedings in San Diego, California.

On September 27, 2016, Attorney Silvia Manzanero, Of Counsel at David F. Vedder, P.A., obtained asylum relief for a Syrian national and member of the persecuted Christian religious minority.[1]

After more than five months being unjustifiably held at a privately-run Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention facility, Attorney Manzanero’s client was granted asylum by the San Diego Immigration Court, in California.

Attorney Manzanero has assisted asylum seekers and withholding of removal applicants from countries as diverse as Syria, Iraq, Bangladesh, Guatemala, Mexico and Albania, who feared being returned to their home countries because of persecution on account of their political, religious, ethnic or national identities or because they were members of a recognized particular social group.

As the world phases the worse refugee crisis since World War II, Attorney Manzanero remains committed to zealously representing asylum seekers present in the United States of America, assisting any eligible applicant with a meritorious claim obtain a benefit recognized both under international law and U.S. immigration law.


[1] See also, Syrian Persecuted Christian Minority Continues to Find Refuge in the United States; Grant of Asylum Immigration Relief for Christian Syrian; and Immigration Court in Orlando, Florida Continues to Recognize Syrian Christians’ Fear of Persecution; Attorney Silvia Manzanero Successfully Represents Syrian Asylum Applicant in Immigration Court.

[1] See also, Syrian Persecuted Christian Minority Continues to Find Refuge in the United States; Grant of Asylum Immigration Relief for Christian Syrian; and Immigration Court in Orlando, Florida Continues to Recognize Syrian Christians’ Fear of Persecution; Attorney Silvia Manzanero Successfully Represents Syrian Asylum Applicant in Immigration Court.

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