Here, you will find detailed answers to many of most common immigration questions.
How do I apply for Refugee status in the U.S.?
must go through the following steps to apply for Refugee status:
If you believe that you are in need of protection, you may wish to make your concern known to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) or to an international non profit voluntary agency
If either of these organizations is unavailable to you, you should contact the nearest
American embassy or consulate
Where appropriate, a representative from
one of these organizations will discuss your situation with you to find out if you might be eligible to apply for resettlement in the U.S.
If eligible, you must then complete a packet of forms, and the USCIS will conduct a formal interview with you to determine if you qualify for
If the USCIS determines that you should be resettled in the U.S. as a refugee, the State Department, together with other organizations, will then complete your processing
What is the application fee to apply for Refugee status?