China's Birth Control Policy Continues to Provide Ground for Asylum Seekers

Although China relaxed its family planning policy, clients who received past persecution based that policy continue to receive asylum approvals.

In one of our most recent cases, our client was sterilized after she gave birth to her third child in China.

She came to the US in 2016 on a B-2 visa and she applied for asylum.

Without more she received asylum approval.

The key to a successful asylum application is to carefully identify the correct ground(s) that is protected under the US asylum law; truthfully provide client's experience to the asylum office; thoroughly prepare client for the interview.  

Unfortunately many asylum seekers got their cases denied or referred to immigration court because their asylum applications were not prepared based on the above three important principles.