Category: Asylum

Alo Legal opens office in Canton, Michigan

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Through it’s Canton, Michigan office, Alo Legal is able to service all of the Metro Detroit area. Immigration clients looking for an experienced Immigration Lawyer in the Detroit area should search no further than Alo Legal.
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Alo Legal opens office in Canton, Michigan

Alo Legal Launches Michigan Location

For over a decade we have been serving immigration clients in Michigan. Due to overwhelming demand, we are proud to announce our newest office location in Canton, MI.     

This new location will allow us to serve our Michigan clients more efficiently, and provide better, fast and more personal service.        

We look forward to welcoming you in our new location.

Call or visit our website today to schedule a consultation.

Call: (734) 215-5242

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Ammar Alo, Three best Rated Immigration lawyer

Ammar Alo, ranked Top 3 immigration Attorney

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Since 2017, Attorney Ammar Alo, founder of Alo Legal LLC, has been ranked in the Top Three for Immigration Attorneys in Toledo, OH. This ranking is conducted every year by ThreeBestRated.com

Attorney Alo posted on his Facebook page:

“We are happy to announce that for the 9th year in a row, ALO LEGAL has been rated one of the Three Best immigration law firms in the Toledo area.

We thank our clients for continuing to trust us in helping to re-unite their families.”

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USCIS announces new Affirmative Asylum priorities

On January 29th, 2018, USCIS announced their new priorities for scheduling Affirmative Asylum interviews.

According to the announcement, “USCIS will now schedule asylum interviews in the following order of priority:

  • First priority: Applications that were scheduled for an interview, but the interview had to be rescheduled at the applicant’s request or the needs of USCIS.
  • Second priority: Applications that have been pending 21 days or less.
  • Third priority: All other pending affirmative asylum applications will be scheduled for interviews starting with newer filings and working back towards older filings”

Unfortunately, this means that those who have been waiting years for their interviews will need to wait longer. We pray that USCIS can hire more officers and adjudicate these applications quickly. Being stuck in limbo wreaks havoc on families.