Are you looking for shelter, legal support, food, and help with claiming asylum? The Refugee Center Online has collected some resources and information on organizations that may be able to help provide you with basic necessities and advice for your case.
Та Төв Америк замаар явж, АНУ-ын / Мексик хилээр бодолтой байгаа бол, Хэрэв та цагаачлалын хорих байрлуулж байгаа болохоор, та улс та нэвтрэх боломжийг олгодог баримт бичиг байхгүй бол эрсдэл гэдгийг мэдэх хэрэгтэй. Энэ нь одоо практик нь зөвхөн АНУ-д хэрэглэж байна, гэхдээ бас Мексикт, Гватемал, мөн Эль Сальвадор.
If you are traveling through Central America and intend to cross the United States/Mexico border, you need to know that you risk being placed in immigrant detention if you don’t have the documentation that allows you entry to the country. This is now a practice being used not only in the United States, but also in Mexico, Guatemala, and El Salvador.
Here you will find emergency contact information for groups in Mexico that offer help to migrants in distress. Some offer food, water, medical help, and shelter. The organization Grupos Beta, listed on this page, has many locations throughout Mexico.
The Catholic Services Hospitality Center gives travelers a safe place to rest, rehydrate, eat, and care for their children. They provide a change of clothes, hygiene items, and a chance to wash up. Volunteers greet the travelers and help them contact family members and arrange bus transportation. Women and children receive travel bags filled with essential items before they leave. Those who are unable to depart the day they are released may spend the night at the home of a trusted volunteer or at Casa Alitas, a small home in Tucson staffed by volunteers and Catholic Community Services. (waiting for a call back to learn of the address )
If you are planning to claim asylum at the United States/Mexico border or are already there, the Refugee Center Online has collected resources to guide you to safety and to navigate the United States immigration system.
Байсан та хохирогч АНУ-д болсон гэмт хэргийн? Та тусалсан бэ хууль сахиулах? та байсан гэмтээхгүй гэмт хэрэг, учир нь? А U-Виза тодорхой гэмт хэргийн хохирогч боломжийг олгодог, тодорхой хангасан хүн шаардлага, АНУ-д оршин суух.
Were you a victim of a crime that happened in the United States? Did you help law enforcement? Were you hurt because of the crime? A U-Visa lets victims of certain crimes, who meet certain requirements, stay in the United States.
The Florence Immigrant Rights Project has collected documents to help you defend your case. Materials include documents that are general resources, for after you are released from detention, fighting your deportation in front of an immigration judge, and appealing your case.
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Other important information
Ямар мэдээлэл Би орогнол хүсэх үед би хэрэгтэй вэ?
What information do I need when I apply for asylum?
In order to get asylum in the US, it helps your case if you have evidence to prove you were persecuted or abused, and that your government did not protect you. The more evidence you have the better chance you have to win your asylum case to be able to stay in the United States. Be sure to always tell the truth, otherwise you could immediately have your case denied. You also need to be very specific about the details. It is important to spend time remembering exactly what happened, on the exact date. If you make a mistake, the government may think you are lying. Here are types of evidence that you can use to support your asylum case:
You are currently detained by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), an agency of the United States government. DHS says that you may not have the right to stay in the United States. You should contact an attorney to seek legal counsel. The National Immigrant Justice Center is available to provide legal counsel and provide legal referrals. You can contact the National Immigrant Justice Center at its toll free number: (312) 263-0901. This document is for people who are afraid to return to their home countries because they are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) and/or due to their HIV status. You may have a defense against deportation if you fear you will be harmed or tortured if you are deported to your home country. This manual is a guide and resource. It is not intended to serve as a substitute for legal counsel. You should attempt to obtain a lawyer.
If there has been an order issued for your removal or deportation, you still have a chance for applying for asylum, even if you do not have a lawyer. Here are some guidelines for filing for asylum without a lawyer.
Read this information to protect yourself from people who are not real lawyers. There are people who will pretend to help you so they can keep your money. Learn how to recognize them and protect yourself.