I had the chance to interview a former immigration lawyer who was recently released from prison for the murder of a client in the state of Illinois.
She is currently living in Los Angeles.
In the interview, I asked her about the legal process for asylum seekers in the United States.
She explained that the asylum process is different for everyone.
The asylum process begins when a refugee has been recognized as a refugee and their application for refugee status is approved by a refugee resettlement agency.
They are then brought to the United State, where they can apply for asylum.
The refugee agency also determines the asylum claim can be processed by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
The asylum claim is then filed in the Federal District Court.
A federal judge then hears the case.
It is then up to the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.
The district court decides whether the asylum claims is timely and adequate.
The judge can also grant a stay of deportation, or a temporary restraining order, to protect the refugee from harm.
The Refugee Protection Act is the federal law that governs asylum seekers.
The Immigration and Nationality Act is another federal law.
It protects asylum seekers and refugees from persecution in the U