If there is a pattern of harming a group of persons in your country and you are a member of this group, you can win asylum. That’s legal permanent residency (a green card) for yourself, your spouse, and children under 21 years of age.

Winning such a case depends greatly on the evidence provided. To minimize the cost of filing for asylum, Blandon Law sells evidence proving that this pattern of harm exists. It is known as a Country Condition Packet.

Complete the form below and make an online payment of $890 here.  We will confirm receipt of your request immediately and send you the Country Condition Packet within two weeks. By making the online payment, you are agreeing that there are no refunds. If (instead of buying evidence) you want Blandon Law to work as your attorneys, click here: Request a Consultation.

Each package includes highlighted information proving the pattern of harm to your group and a summary of those highlights on a Country Condition Index. These documents, which are mailed to Immigration with the asylum application, include evidence from sources such as the following:

• U.S. Department of State
• Amnesty International
• Committee to Protect Journalists
• Human Rights Watch
• Freedom House
• Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada
• International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission
• IRIN
• Radio Free Asia and Radio Free Europe
• Reporters Without Borders
• United Nations

For faster delivery, we send this package digitally. Or we can rush a paper copy to you for an additional shipping and handling fee.


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Disclaimer: No attorney-client relationship is created between you and Blandon Law or its attorneys by purchasing the Country Condition Packet, by completing our online form, or by contacting our attorneys. Only after Blandon Law confirms in writing that it has accepted you as a client is an attorney-client relationship formed. The outcome of each legal case depends upon many factors, including the facts of the case, and no attorney can guarantee a positive result in any particular case.